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Mt. Goats in PA???
Mountain Goat
Contributors to this thread:
Rut Nut 05-Apr-18
IdyllwildArcher 05-Apr-18
SlipShot 05-Apr-18
SlipShot 05-Apr-18
LINK 05-Apr-18
Boreal 05-Apr-18
grubby 05-Apr-18
LINK 05-Apr-18
Rut Nut 05-Apr-18
M.Pauls 05-Apr-18
eddie c 05-Apr-18
M.Pauls 05-Apr-18
Rut Nut 06-Apr-18
From: Rut Nut
05-Apr-18

Rut Nut's Link
Who knew???!!! ;-)

05-Apr-18
Mountain goats...

A .223 would've been easier than using a crane.

From: SlipShot
05-Apr-18

SlipShot's Link
Wrong link

From: SlipShot
05-Apr-18

SlipShot's Link
Check out the "deer" jump of a car.

From: LINK
05-Apr-18
They look like bridge goats to me. To bad the weren’t fainting goats and you could scare them and watch them fall into the water.

From: Boreal
05-Apr-18
What a tremendous waste of resources.

From: grubby
05-Apr-18
I remember having a book about this when I was just a little guy. Prophetic

From: LINK
05-Apr-18
Lol

From: Rut Nut
05-Apr-18
Ike- I was thinking a big fishing pole with a carrot dangling, but that would work too! ;-)

From: M.Pauls
05-Apr-18
Tremendous waste of resources?? It's a bucket truck that probably took 20 minutes total to save two goats that are either pets or "livestock" to a hobby farm. A waste would be if they fell and died, as in one way or another they are a resource. If you want to see tremendous wasting start following what our Canadian Government is up to..

From: eddie c
05-Apr-18
depending on who footed the bill, probably $300 per hour crane time plus 3 employees time for $150 worth of goats?

From: M.Pauls
05-Apr-18
I own goats and up here in Canada they’re running about 150-200 a head, so while that may not be very much and a crane ain’t cheap I still don’t see it as a tremendous waste. My guess is they never saw a bill for the crane, but probably got the fine for having their animals get out. Crane employees probably enjoyed the change of pace too, keeps life interesting. Didn’t need 3 of them, I’d bet they all just happened to “go along for the ride”

From: Rut Nut
06-Apr-18
Livestock? It said they were "Mt." Goats in the link! ;-)

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