Ouch. This is my leg about five days after evil goat rammed me with her head for no reason whatsoever.
This is evil goat.
Remember her? The Kiko that was being aggressive this past summer. She calmed down for a while, so I decided to keep her. Now I'm beginning to think she'd made a good roast.
See that evil eye and obstinate set of the mouth?
She is a classic example of "biting the hand that feeds her", only she rams instead of bites. Thank goodness she only used the top of her head and not the tip of her horns. I'd get rid of her now, except that she's pregnant and I want her kids in the spring.
I can't turn my back to her while I'm feeding the goats and when she gets too close, I bang her on the horns with my metal feed scoop. That seems to deter her until she gets busy with her food. It doesn't hurt her, but I think the noise of metal on horn startles her.