I have bought a house on 2 acres and it has a goat.
What should i do with the goat when it dies?
I do not want it burried on the property when it dies.
A delicious Nepalese slow cooked goat curry. Omg!! Soooooooo bloody delicious and tender.
Bury it then subdivide the property
8 min ago
Who does this guy think he's kidding?
8 mins? Goat to be joking?
These jokes are bbbbaaaaaddddd
@toristo: Nathan Lyon is only 31, he won't be dying anytime soon.
@toristo: I just want to scream at this post!!
Making a mountain goat out of a molehill?
@rompastompa: umm…don't try so hard next time
@montyy: Enough nanny stating.
Wasn’t everyone once, sceptical you must of come from whirlpool.
Greatest of all time
It was thinking the same thing about you.
Well obviously this is the place to ask such a thing.
What are you gonna do with this goat for possibly the next 15 years?
Yes, but more goat, less sheep.
Dress it up?
Goat as in the animal or
Greatest Of All Time?
Come on, Peyton Manning isn't that old!
Get the Goat to get funeral insurance and make him pay for it.
We need an mspaint
OP in his house with goat nearby: https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn%3AANd9GcTxJ8...
Top notch MS Paint drawing there
with Goat Biryani
And goat ice cream for desert.
And bath after using GOAT soap
I guess having ice cream in the desert is not such a bad idea whatever the flavor
The goat is thinking the same thing about the new owner.
I can't see how the property could "come with a goat" unless you agreed to it. A goat is not part of the property.
Problem is, the goat lives under a bridge at the entrance to the property and OP is sick of answering 3 questions every time they want to get in their driveway…
Pretty sure OP is the one under the bridge.
Omg that hilarious! Hahaha
Give me the goat.
Need to OZbargain a spit next.
Hope this helps..
So what's mutton then?
Sheep. A lamb that's been allowed to grow up. The page mentions that mutton has a deeper flavour than lamb.
See also the phrase: "Mutton dressed as lamb"
@one man clan: The term mutton doesn't get used much anymore. I asked a farmer once "No one sells sheep as mutton anymore. At what point does a lamb become mutton" and he said "When it drops dead of old age".
@macrocephalic: I don't know where you heard this but there are strict regulations on what can be sold as lamb (in VIC at least)
That being said, note that with Indian curries (whether you are cooking or eating), "mutton" in the sub-continent actually refers to goat, not sheep.
get the goat insured then turn it in to stew, claim insurance and bang win win win
Won't work. If the insurance claim is paid, then the OP can be charged with fraud for deliberately damaging insured property and making a claim on it. They will need to trick the goat into hoping into the pot and have a good alibi to prove they knew nothing about it.
Satanic sacrifice. Hail Santa.
25th of Dec is when I usually conduct my santanic sacrifice
Good Friday is better. The goat is a keeper if it starts walking again on Sunday.
Make a goat scarecrow. Place at the entrance to you property right beside the letterbox, to warn .other potential goat invaders to stay away.
Are you near a city with a zoo? Call them, they may take the carcass to feed the carnivores.
Send the goat to a sanctuary:
This. If it just came with the property and you have no plans to care for it and are just waiting for it to die, it would be better off at a sanctuary.
Bury it outside your property.
…catapult it at your neighbours
The trebuchet is the superior medieval siege weapon for any goat related launchings.
Is the goat paying any rent?
No, OP is buying the property with the goat.
So the goat has partial ownership. What's the legal procedure to evict the goat and buy his shares?
Did he use RAMS Home Loans?
Stuff it? Bury it on the neighbor's property at night?
You'll need to get a replacement goat unless you want to mow a lot of grass.
Just make sure it doesn't die
Are you saying it's a cattle chattel? I think the Powell family had a similar quandary on Charles in Charge.
Await it, burn it, dump it in the bush, host a death metal party in advance
When buying a property with a goat, and the goat dies, you will inherit their half of the property and get full custody of the kids.
Why not bury it on your property? Is it a satanic goat and you are scared for the consequences of not completing a full ceremonial burial.
Find a spot out of the way, dig a hole. It’s not hard and might give someone a fright later on when they excavate for a new garage.
If he and AD can stay healthy, they're a contender for the WCF.
That's small market nephew ambitions….
Dwight Howard for Finals MVP.
Buy a crocodile.
Or a pagan.
Seriously. You can get it cremated. Talk to the local vet.
Who owns the goat? Who is responsible for it's care?
Are you buying the house and the goat owns the land?
I'd LOVE a goat as a pet, my yard is abit small but damn they make great pets.
OP if you don't want them, then I'll take him/her
You can get it cremated or your local waste transfer (if not in a metro area) might offer a disposal service at a cost.
Tupac biggie and big l already dead tho
Stop having a go-at OP. It's a real thorny problem.
You would, I would expect, either take the goat to a vet, or have a mobile vet make a housecall to the property to confirm that the goat is dead, at which point the vet would arrange to have the remains disposed of correctly.
Never having had to deal with a deceased goat I'm unsure of the exact protocol, but that would be my first go to if I were in the same situation.
Then get a goat to scare off the hawks…?
The ciiiiiircle of life….
There was an old lady that did something similar.
Didn't work out too great.
From my cultural perspectives….
Top b8 m8
Don’t worry about the goat dying, think about the pleasure a goat can give you in the meantime, bunting friends and kids, jumping up on top of everything and creating mischief and mayhem. Those times my friend with a goat are priceless.
Are you sure you didn't actually buy a goat with 2 acres of land attached?
Seriously though, is it a feral goat or is it someones pet? If it's a feral goat then in most states it is considered a 'pest' species in which case, as the land owner, you are responsible for following whatever state legislation is such as not letting it out in the wild. In most cases you can deal with it at your discretion.
If it is someones domesticated pet goat that they abandoned because they don't have space for a goat at their new place then then that's a completely different story!
Wheelie bin - simple.
You still have the goat right now. Stop worry about things that haven't happened yet. The more important question to ask is what you should do with the goat for the next 15 minutes or so.
Goat meat prices are going crazy buy the opposite sex and join the party .
Real life Goat simulator.
Whatever floats your goat.
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