Saturday, May 12, 2012

Who are you in The farm bunch?

- Sheep people are shy by nature and they never have ulterior motives for doing things. Sheep must have a leader (shepherd) and must be told what to do and where to go, other wise they'll wander off and get lost. 
Chickens live together as a flock. They have a communal approach to the incubation of eggs and raising of young. Chickens enjoy dust bathing and become frustrated if they are prevented from doing so. Do you like it when you are denied things?
-Cows are highly social animals, they form friendships and have close bonds with family members and are very maternal, they grieve terribly when their young are taken from them.When a heard of cows settle down for a nap they position themselves according to their status in the herd.
- Horses have safety is their primary concern and fear is their primary reaction. They are herd animals who look to their “alpha” for leadership. They are smart, willing, and love to work. 
- Goats are curious and intelligent. A goat is a goat they do not worry about what others think of them. THeir brain works similar to a dog minus the "must please humans" thing that dogs have.
WHo are you in the farm Bunch?

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