can goats have chocolate

No. They don’t. Goats and chocolate are separate.

But goats are delicious.

But goats are delicious. Chocolate is not.

In general, I think it’s safe to say that goats are NOT chocolate. It just doesn’t taste right. If I had to guess, I think most folks would say that they’re not chocolate. So, I dont know. I just cant think of anything else.

Chocolate is a type of food that comes from the cacao tree. In case you’re interested, the cacao tree can be both a delicious food and a health food. That’s because cacao contains a chemical called phytoestrogen that can be found in cocoa. When that chemical binds to certain types of cells, it causes certain cells to produce testosterone and estrogen, which in turn cause the growth of male organs in humans and other animals.

That might sound like a stretch, and it is a bit of a stretch, but there is some scientific evidence that goats can have chocolate if they eat it. The first proof that goats can even have chocolate came from a study in which people who ate chocolate had a greater risk of developing prostate cancer than people who ate a low-calorie diet.

It’s a bit of a stretch to call this a “scientific” fact, but given the evidence, I don’t think we should be calling the goats chocolate. I think it is more accurate to say that these goats can have chocolate.

A similar study was done on dogs who were given chocolate, but they had no idea what chocolate was. They ate the chocolate and the study showed a connection between the chocolate and cancer. A dog with no knowledge of what chocolate was did not seem to have any connections to cancer. So I think we can call it scientifically proven that if goats eat chocolate, dogs should have an elevated risk of cancer, and goats are a good source of protein.

Also, goats are great sources of protein. Most of what humans eat is just junk food. But some of that junk just gets into the food chain, and if you consume the food that’s not clean, it gets into the food chain, and it gets into the food chain, and then you can get it into your body, and your body can then have a connection with your cells, and the cells can then grow that cancerous mutation, and then it’s cancer.

It’s important to note that goats have a similar risk of developing cancer to humans, though their risk is higher. In fact, according to the most recent USDA report, an average of 5-10% of goats are infested with the Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE). BSE is a rare disease that causes the brain to deteriorate, and it can cause the death of an animal in just a few years.

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