A blog about the day to day life and happenings on an 80 acre goat farm in Kansas called Shiloh Prairie Farm. News and information on goats and farm life also!
Wee hoo! I used to be able to dance gracefully like that until I got....er...mature. Hee hee. I still dance but it's more of a rumba!
If we all could keep that attitude...
That's a great pict!As much as the little goaties dance around you would think it would be easy to get a shot like that but for me it takes 20 pictures to get one,lol!
how cute....shake it up baby!!!
Cute!! Made me smile! :-)
breaking it down...
So true, so true!
It's the goat dance of joy!
That is too funny! He really was getting down!
Too cute! Our little girl-born on June 11th just races around the pen. She's also small enough to walk thru the squares in the field fencing that separates the pen from the garden, so she goes in to sniff things and then return to give a full report of what the big goats can't get to!
Great photo! They sure do have some interesting moves.
Oh, what the moves that one has. It looks like a lot of the goat joy dances we have going on here.
I love the Funky Goat Dance! Goats are so much fun to watch, especially the young ones as they literally kick up their heels~
Well if all I had to do was graze around a pasture and someone to see to my every need, I'd have time to dance, too. tee heeCute!!!
I wish I could remind myself to live every moment to the fullest (even when I have to be at work!) Great pic!! :)
This made me laugh so hard that my 4-year old niece came to investigate the situation. She no longer wants a pony for her birthday, she is sure she will be eternally happy with a dancing goat!
The photo is cute, but you really had me laughing with the post title! I'm so glad you linked up to this on Not "Baaad" Sundays with LambAround :)I'd love to feature this...but I'm not seeing any mention/link to my Blog Party. Any chance I'm just overlooking it? Let me know and I'll add you to my "featured" list. Thanks!
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