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September 13, 2012


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The things that you've pointed out are important. you are right about the attractiveness of the goat. At the end of the day, it is a product, just like anything else.

I remember a fashion agent telling a budding model that she needed to be careful about getting bumps and scratches, because that would bring down the price that she would get for a job.

If humans can be priced according to looks in so many different industries, it stands to reason that it's just as important with rearing animals commercially as well.

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