n.— «After goat-proofing the yard with a substantial fence, all it requires is letting them mow the lawn and eat up to one flake of hay a day each. Connie feeds half a flake in summer and a full flake in winter. There are about 20 flakes in each bale, and a bale of good alfalfa runs something around $5.» —“Little Goats Delight Breeder in Big Way” by Slim Randles Albuquerque Journal (New Mexico) Jan. 5, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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