I too noticed the large herd of nice looking goats south of Stanfield (Goats aid bluegrass grower, Jan. 20).

Billy goats have a reputation of being unusually friendly a good share of the time. The owner should explain to Billy and Nanny that if they are going to be intimate they need to conceal themselves, maybe in the center of the flock.

I know a few years ago Stanfield had a law that made this sort of public activity illegal.

This flock of goats could create a full-time job for someone and maybe Stanfield will be hiring help.

Wayne H. Schnell

Irrigon

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