Here I have added a few pictures of goats and kids and also a couple of cow photos. Goats are often compared to sheep but I have come to conclude that goats behave more like cows. At least I got the same reaction from the cows as I get from goats when I was hanging around in their pen taking photos: First shy, then curiosity takes over and they tiptoe behind me to get a sniff of my head. These goats are from Keldudalur in N Iceland and are friendly. Their meat is tender and good. We combed the cashmere off and their cloven hoofs were trimmed while I was there visiting.
Here below is a row of photographs that show some kind of discussion between the nanny goat Cleopatra and the billy goat Hábeinn. I don't know what it was about but it was something important. Just look at the slide show.
The cows on the farm behaved very similarly to the goats when I was photographing them. Curiosity was overwhelming them. I add the cow pictures here because there is a certain likeness between the bovine and the capra. Goats keep being compared to sheep. I will add the pictures of the sheep later. When I have managed to caption them on a picture. Quite a different story.