This morning I used Gel to separate the sheep from the goats and brought them out and gave them some grain and Calf Manna. When they finished, I worked with Gel on his driving. As I’ve said before, one of the differences between working sheep and goats is that when you take goats out, they act like it’s a party; for sheep, it’s like they are going to slaughter or being fed to wolves.
Those crazy goats, all ten of them, were going in ten different directions bucking, butting and riding each other. They were having the time of their lives all the while, Gel was trying to drive them away from me. He kept turning around to look at me as if to say: “what is wrong with these goats?” I think, finally, they are feeling better so now they are acting like regular goats instead of goats on their last legs.