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post #11 of 23 Old 11-05-2010, 11:18 PM Thread Starter
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ok so I made an account on photobucket. But I don't know how to upload things....an explaination please?

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post #12 of 23 Old 11-05-2010, 11:25 PM Thread Starter
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knock knock, anyone home? I need to know how to either upload videoas on my thread or upload them on photobucket so you can see my super funny video of my mad goat

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Sorry, I'd help if I could.....


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:( I really want you to see them

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post #15 of 23 Old 11-06-2010, 09:32 AM
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Pintotess, if you have created a photobucket account, then log into your account and there should be a big green button that says "upload images"

Click the button, and go through your hardrive to where your pictures are stored, and click them (hit control while you click them to select multiple photos to upload)

Once the pictures are saved on your photobucket account, underneath each picture should be a set of links to post. Copy the "direct link" url, then click the image button at the top of your text box here, when you post or reply (its a little yellow box with what looks like a mountain and moon or something in the picture) paste the url in the line, and hit enter. Wala, picture posted. :)

In order to post a video, you will need to upload it to youtube. Once your video is loaded, it will give you the link to where your video is stored. Just copy and paste the url into your text box in a reply/post.

Copperspots - your goat looks to be a LaMancha/Pygmy cross. :) (I have LaManchas)


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Tehe! Cute! Though, letting her play inside is only cute until you have to boot 'er out. Then when she's sitting on the porch knocking on your door and crying, it not quite as funny any more, LOL!
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Tehe! Cute! Though, letting her play inside is only cute until you have to boot 'er out. Then when she's sitting on the porch knocking on your door and crying, it not quite as funny any more, LOL!
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Haha very true - and they are very bright and can learn to open doors - so be careful! I have in the past woke up in the morning to goats lounging on my couch more than once!


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We had a goat that would sneak in the door like a cat, we would catch her high tailin' it through the kitchen heading for the living room XD
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Copperspots - your goat looks to be a LaMancha/Pygmy cross. :) (I have LaManchas)[/QUOTE]

Indyhorse, you think she is half pygmy?
I am just not sure, I have a friend with pygmy's, and Emmie's coat is sooooo much softer than theirs, and lays down smooth when she's shed out.
I seem to only have pics of her when she is all in her winter woolies, or shaggy from shedding out in the spring. Those pics aren't a very good example of her coat...

She is very quiet, and she thinks she is a Llama, she was raised from a few months old with them, never been with other goats.
Here's a couple of her with Gus and Molli.
The last pic shows her summer coat a bit better I think.

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Copperspots - *shrugs* no way on knowing for sure. Her build is very pygmy all the way. She doesn't resemble a dairy breed at all. The coat really has little to do with it. Probably just a difference in what you feed to what your friends feed.


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