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Old 06-29-2010, 02:38 PM
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Help me name my Goat!!

I have a new goat in my family. We are raising him for the county fair, but he has no name. I'm really stumped on what to name him, every name that I think of just doesnt seem to stick with him. He is your typical goat, hes all white, and his head and neck are brown
So help me out fellas! I need a name, it can be truck or non truck related, just throw whatever you think out there.

-P.S. I will add pics
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Old 06-29-2010, 02:45 PM
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Does he have horns? I'd name him Dodge - I call my brother's Dodge "Billygoat" all the time
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Billy... duh




Oh ok how about something original- Sir Edwin the Great
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goat?

pig?

all you can eat?



obama?

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Old 06-29-2010, 02:54 PM
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Caprine or Cappi (latin for goat)
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Cabrito

Fajitas

Meaty

If you want to eat him, don't name him.
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Old 06-29-2010, 02:58 PM
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i agree jason. give an animal a name and its harder to eat. specally the women.
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Cabrito

Fajitas

Meaty

If you want to eat him, don't name him.
hmmm never had goat before, is it any good?
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hmmm never had goat before, is it any good?
Goat fajitas are good. Only had it once but it was tender. My uncle brought over a goat that kept getting out of his pasture and told us to do with it what we want. We invited them over for dinner. He knew my aunt didn't so that was kind of funny.

I think they are like a deer, the billies have a gland that needs to be removed carefully. If you bust it, it will taint the meat.

Goats are what the normal people kept in the old times. Cows were only for the wealthy.
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