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Do Milk Goats Bite Ears To Compete For Food?

Is it ok for goats to butt heads and bite ears just to eat food?

Video of healthy goat behaviour in the shed at feeding time. (They graze grass outside during the day).

It’s true.

Milk goats bite the ears of herd mates to compete for food.

It’s normal and fear of missing out means they eat more food.

Humans are not goats.

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