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Goat Thing of the Day: Beam Me Up Goaty

Sue of Dreamgoat Annie sent in these photos of her goats.

This is Meegosh and Hutch.

Meegosh Hutch Dreamgoat Annie

This is Curzon, Jadzia, and Edmund.

Curzon Jadzia Edmund Dreamgoat Annie

and then there is Kira, Emony, and Drex (all Star Trek names).

Kira, Emony, and Drex

Goats for Sale

Ann Ranlett, a local artist near Sacramento, showed me a site called Art Fire featuring many goat things like soap, art, napkin holders and other gifts.

goat soap with tea tree oil

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Ann’s goaty notecards are also there on ArtFire.

goat note cards

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Goats on Video

Ever see a lip-synching goat?

Link to : Video of Lip Syncing Goat

(Thanks, Thomas of 101 Things)

Goats for Charity

Heidi Kaltur started the Peace for Paul Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization to help hungry children in Uganda.

heidi kaltur peace for paul foundation

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Heidi and her staff are building homes for children and supplying other needs, including goats.

peace for paul goats uganda

You can read her story on what inspired her to start the Peace For Paul Foundation.

peace for paul goats uganda

Or you can read about the current projects they are working on.

Peace for Paul Foundation

And if you want to help, you can BUY A GOAT (or make a standard donation.)

Peace for Paul Foundation

Want to help? Buy a goat.

(Thanks, Dani!)

Have a Goaty Recipe?

If you have a recipe that calls for anything goaty, like cheese, or milk or meat, submit them to NGIP and we’ll add them to the Recipe Box.

Link to: Submit a Goat Recipe

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  1. A concerned donor says:

    Turns out that Peace For Paul is suing one of their volunteers and there may have been mismanagement of funds in Uganda from the organization. I don’t think they should be supported.

    1. Margaret says:

      Whaaa…??? Where did you hear that? Do you have a link? If that’s true, I wouldn’t want to promote it either.

  2. Di says:

    Okay, so call me easily entertained but I can’t stop laughing at the lip syncing goat.

    1. I know! That one totally cracked me up too!

  3. Ann Ranlett says:

    I looove the flapping ears on the “Star Trek” goats!! They don’t need no steenkin’ transporters, they could fly anywhere on their own!

    And many bleats of thanks for posting my goaty notey card 🙂

  4. cube says:

    Love the Trek names for the goats. Up until now, I thought only dogs could be named Dax. Guinea pigs are next!

  5. Aw. What a good cause. So a single goat is only $150? That seems pretty reasonable.

  6. J. Bear Savo says:

    Don’t put a red shirt on any of those Trek goats and then send them on an away mission.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I love all the goats on the products!

  8. Star Trek goat names– That’s funny.

    The charity is interesting, I’m off to check it out. Thanks for the tip.


  9. Anonymous says:

    I recently found out that goat is the most commonly eaten meat on the planet. And, naturally, I thought of you.

  10. I adore that lip syncing goat! I love goats! They have so much “soul” don’t they? Donkeys too!

  11. I adore that lip syncing goat! I love goats! They have so much “soul” don’t they? Donkeys too!

  12. Tim says:

    The picture where the goats are running through the meadow…well, the first thing that came to my mind is the opening song to The Sound of Music. That note card is terrific!
    I also have a goat related question. My blogging friend at Red Pine Mountain is looking for any information on Fainting Goats. Do you know anything about them? Any help would be appreciated 🙂
    Thank you!

  13. loving the goat soap!

  14. Nezzy says:

    This was just adorable and that rapin’ goat just cracked me up girl!!!

    God bless and have a beautiful day!!!

  15. Pricilla says:

    I think you need to change this to Goat THINGS of the day….