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post #1 of 11
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What do you think of Goats at Steamboat?
post #2 of 11
Owning 190 Goats think of them very highly. Never been to Steamboat though....
post #3 of 11
It might be a little cold to leave them outside all winter, and you don't want them inside your house making a mess so you'd probably need to build some sort of shelter for them. I'd say if you have a decent sized property with a lot of overgrown shrubberies that need trimming, then go for it.
post #4 of 11
Skied Steamboat last 2 seasons.. Goats rock on any day that has 4-5" + of snow.. Really alot of fun, makes those tree runs seem,,, well slithery...

For other days without the big dump try movement thunders or im88's...
post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by MAGGOT View Post
It might be a little cold to leave them outside all winter, and you don't want them inside your house making a mess so you'd probably need to build some sort of shelter for them. I'd say if you have a decent sized property with a lot of overgrown shrubberies that need trimming, then go for it.
+1

You might want to try Rent A Goat.
post #6 of 11
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Originally Posted by MAGGOT View Post
It might be a little cold to leave them outside all winter, and you don't want them inside your house making a mess so you'd probably need to build some sort of shelter for them. I'd say if you have a decent sized property with a lot of overgrown shrubberies that need trimming, then go for it.

Excellent reply.. I Asked for that one! I will take your suggestion ot he condo board. I think it's an excellent way for us to cut costs...
post #7 of 11
my 1st gens have mold growing on the wooden sidewalls.

they rule.
post #8 of 11
Mine (183's) are surprisingly good in trees and tight spaces. Based on my one time at Steamboat (good/not great pow), they'd have worked nicely. Of course, the proper approach is to build a whole new quiver around this excuse.
post #9 of 11
Haven't you heard. Goats don't work at Steamboat, Mammoth, or Whistler (Blackcomb is OK though).
post #10 of 11
Goat is very good in Steamboat, or Alabama or NYC or anywhere else you can find an open pit and a good sauce. Without the smoke & sauce it smells (and tastes) too much like Goat. No need for multiple goat(s). One at a time is enough.
post #11 of 11
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ahh, thanks to all, I am foregoing the ski however, I did purchase a fine nanny-goat this afternoon.
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