Goat handling

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  1. currey

    currey Member

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    My DS has 2 years experience handling and caring for goats, will this boost his Whole candidate score?

    :shake::shake::shake:

    Just Kidding (DS does have that experience though)! May the long and silent wait not be long. Hang in there folks and lets all remember to lighten up sometimes.

    Go Navy!
     
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    Hah! I wish! I have 3 years experience with goats. I've heard enough baaaaaaaah to last a lifetime. :rolleyes: Hopefully we'll all be hearing back soon! :smile:
     
  3. Dadmiral

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    Goats

    Depends on the condition of the goat(s) you cared for.

    Admissions looks favorably upon goats that are headstrong (determined), in good physical shape, have no DODMERB issues.

    Few goats are leaders (in their herds). Most goats are followers, which is not the type of individual United States Naval Academy is interested in.

    Best of luck!
     
  4. JMS

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    Me thinks it may be useful if he applied to USMA! Would be useful to them during the times they have a stray goat around.
     
  5. LTSackett

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    '64 Goats

    Mine is a 1964 Goat with a 389 and a six-pack. It's in great condition!

     

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