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Lisa F.
Group Organizer
Portland, ME
Post #: 113
I was talking to Max J at the meetup last night and he mentioned that his parents up in the Farmington area have too many goats now. Some of them really need to go to a new home. These are not goats for eating and I think only a few of them will give milk. They've been kept mostly for fiber/yarn production and, of course, friendship, etc.

So, if anyone knows of a potential home for one or more nice goats, please find Max J under the members listing on this site and contact him!

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