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post #11 of 16 Old 05-23-2013, 09:21 AM
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post #12 of 16 Old 05-23-2013, 10:01 AM
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Syncope (sin-co-pee) is the medical term for fainting
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post #13 of 16 Old 05-23-2013, 12:50 PM
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xD We bought three fainting goats a while back, Finnley, Fiona, and Felix. As it turns out, they became bombproof pretty darned fast and you can't scare them any more. Sneak up on them and they'll just turn around, bleat at you, and go back to sleep. Honk a horn and they just give you a glare. They have to be locked up at night though in case of predators.

Once their adrenaline pumps up they can overcome their fainting nerve too, somehow. Our fainting goats are pretty much just normal goats now xD
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xD We bought three fainting goats a while back, Finnley, Fiona, and Felix. As it turns out, they became bombproof pretty darned fast and you can't scare them any more. Sneak up on them and they'll just turn around, bleat at you, and go back to sleep. Honk a horn and they just give you a glare. They have to be locked up at night though in case of predators.

Once their adrenaline pumps up they can overcome their fainting nerve too, somehow. Our fainting goats are pretty much just normal goats now xD

My fiance's mom has two older females one has gotten over the fainting and the other one just stiffens its legs up. When we went to get the new ones my Fiance asked the kid showing them if they fainted yet and he went out there and made a ruckus and every one of them fainted! I know they don't get hurt but I still feel a little bad when they fall over lol
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