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Fainting goat - Wikipedia


According to Phillip Sponenberg, an authority on myotonia congenita and Tennessee fainting goats, ...

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May 29, 2011 ... Best of FAINTING GOATS ... Fainting Goat - Badru - Three ...

Myotonic or Tennessee Fainting Goat - The Livestock Conservancy


Tennessee Fainting or Myotonic goat The goats of this breed have a host of names: Myotonic, Tennessee Fainting, Tennessee Meat, Texas Wooden Leg, Stiff, ...

International Fainting Goat Association


There is thought to be around ten thousand of these goats in the world. Over the last twenty years the fainting goat's numbers have increased partially due to the ...

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Can You Eat Fainting Goats? - Modern Farmer


Jul 10, 2014 ... To most denizens of the Internet, fainting goats are charming, meme-worthy creatures that fall over at the drop of a hat. But recently, an ...

Fainting goats: myotonic goats explained | Film | The Guardian


Nov 5, 2009 ... The Men Who Stare at Goats features a goat that keels over when a soldier stares at it. Many ascribe this to it being a particular breed of goat ...

These fainting goats at a Pennsylvania Farm are hilarious and ...


Carol Ellis has been breeding Myotonic Oats at Goat Flower Farm in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, for almost 20 years. The fainting is due to a genetic disorder.

Do Fainting Goats Really Exist? | MythBusters | Discovery


Apr 11, 2012 ... Tory and Kari's field trip to a fainting-goat ranch verified that the lock-kneed livestock indeed exists. Tennessee fainting goats are born with a ...

How to Care for Fainting Goats
Fainting goats are also known as nervous goats, stiff-leg goats, Myotonic Goats, wooden-leg goats and Tennessee Scare Goats. Why? Because, when startled, the goat's legs stiffen and it falls over, frozen for about 10 seconds. Despite this rather unusual,... More »
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How Fainting Goats Work | HowStuffWorks


Fainting goats have been a source of humor in web videos and out in the fields. Learn why fainting goats faint and why fainting goats are bred.

'Fainting Goats' Are Funny and Adorable - ABC News


Mar 19, 2014 ... Goats on a Pennsylvania farm are drawing attention because of a special trait - they faint. When startled, the goats' muscles freeze, causing ...

Fainting Goats - National Geographic


Goats that faint? Don't ever tell these guys to drop dead.