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Delayed goat trimming

Trimming a goat hoof

White bucklingWe let our goats' hooves slide for six weeks recently instead of trimming them at the month mark. The edges of Abigail's front hooves had just started to curve in, but everything else looked fine.

Lambchop didn't get trimmed this time around because his date with the butcher is only a week and a half away.

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