Friday, June 24, 2005

There were 61,618 goats in Kentucky in 2002, up from 13,037 in 2000, according to statistics posted on the U.S. Department of Agriculture website. So what have all these Kentucky goats been up to recently? Well, I've got some good news and I've got some bad news. First the sweet and heartwarming good news of a boy who cares for differently-abled goats: Clark has other difficulties with the little blind goat."Ray Charles gets very scared when he bumps into something," said Lori. "But Clark is so good with him. The goat hears his voice and follows after him like a dog, or he follows the sounds Clark makes just for him." Now the bad news: The goats "have been infected with a bio-agent. ... Then, the infected goats are at the show and you have people come and look at the goats and pet the goats and then they go home," Cline said, summarizing the day's scenario.


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