Those animals are chewing those things up... If I was a chick I would imagine that that would hurt like heck! In the 2nd video that woman is ending up
with a net loss of food, because she is loosing at least %10 of the food energy she gives to those goats... Weird and gross S+F tho
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um.. 8 years old!!! Wow, regardless of the potential increased IQ, i think this would be devasting socially if their school friends found out! The
animals, well thats different, still bizarre but i can sort of understand in a third world country to keep their animals fed, but 8 year old kid! Its
Humans drink the milk from cows and goats. But there's something wrong if it's the other way around? And we drink cow's milk, not just when we're
babies and NEED the nourishment, but all our adult lives. Some people drink milk directly from the cow.
Yes, a goat or cow nursing from a woman is a bit bizarre, but when you think about what it really is, it's not all that strange compared to what we
As far as the 8-year-old nursing, I don't know why it's a big deal. Lots of people do this. Many primates wean their young when they get their first
molars... For humans, that's about 6 years old. A Natural Age of Weaning
Anyone who has ever bottle fed calves or goat kids will know those things butt hard when they feed. You could see that a bit with the kids. I made the
mistake of bracing the bottle on my stomach to feed a calf once...something I never tried again after getting the wind knocked out of me.
Humans breast-feeding animals is bizarre, but in the case of the woman and the little goats, losing them would be a big economic loss so I can
understand her dilemma. At any rate within a month or two she could stop as their rumens developed and they could switch to browsing.
I am undecided about the late weaning of human children, I've known of parents that kept breastfeeding for many years and the kids seem well
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