Goats can swim but whether or not they actually enjoy it or will do it willingly depends on the breed and personality of the goat. Most goats will only swim if they absolutely have to.
Goats that are from arid regions, such as feral goats in Australia and the Nubian breed, are known to particularly dislike getting wet and may be the goats that are the least likely to swim; these goats will often take shelter in just a light rain. Like most animal species, however, goats can swim if necessary and are proficient paddlers. Reports exist of feral goats in Australia swimming voluntary in search of fresh water.Learn More
According to Pro Bull Ranking HQ, the top ten bulls in the history of PBR competition are 81 Dillinger, J31 Bodacious, 61 Little Yellow Jacket, 13/6 Bushwacker, 856 Tahonta, 790 Mossy Oak Mudslinger, 60 Perfect Storm, 781 Asteroid, 102 Promised Land and 112 Red Wolf. The rankings are based on PBR statistics at all levels.Full Answer >
An adult female or mother pig is called a sow. If the pig is a virgin or has not given birth, she is called a gilt. A gilt is usually less than a year old.Full Answer >
A domestic farm pig averages 10 piglets per litter and can have two to three litters per year. Feral hogs have five to six piglets per litter and average 1.5 litters per year. Pig farmers average 23 piglets per year per breeding sow.Full Answer >
Domestic goats are descended from a species originally living in the sparsely vegetated highlands in western Asia. They are a very adaptable species, and as a domesticated farm animal, goats live everywhere from deserts to the tundra.Full Answer >