In the middle of a desert, the goats are running around the ground like they’ve just been picked up off the ground, their heads dangling from their shoulders.
The goat owners are desperate for food, so they buy cheap goat fodder and feed it to the goats.
They have no idea what kind of goats they are dealing with, but that doesn’t stop them from putting the food in the machine.
As they feed the goat, the machine keeps ticking and the goats get hungry.
And it’s not just the goats that are in trouble.
It’s also a large number of sheep, who can’t get enough of the fodder.
One of the owners, an elderly man from the village of Tjuljul, says: ‘We are not sure whether the machines are safe or not, but we will not allow any more goats in our village.’
We don’t want to see any more sheep coming into the village.
It’s too dangerous, the goat is in a big, big mess.’
I think it is a waste of the money.
This is the best way to feed them.’
The owner of the goat mill says: ”There is no doubt that the goats and sheep are being harmed, but they are not being hurt in any way, shape or form.
‘If they come here they can come out, but if they go out they cannot come back.’
They are not really allowed to roam around.’
The owners of the goats mill say they will not be buying any more goat fodder until the situation is resolved.
For the past three weeks, I have been reporting on the plight of the farm’s goats and the people of Tijuljiljul in southern Albania, one of the poorest countries in Europe.
Tjuljan, the owner of goat mill, says he has received more than 500,000 euros ($540,000) in donations from people in the Balkan countries.
But, he adds, there are still many unanswered questions about how the goats got into the goat-feeder.
Tjulajul is located in the middle part of the country, and the area is very mountainous, with no roads.
The mill has a large, flat structure with a small wooden structure behind it.
It is situated at the foot of a mountain, and is surrounded by a dense forest.
The owners say they have been looking into the possibility of building a goat-machine in the past, but the government says that’s not possible.
According to Tjulaja, the mill was built before the country joined the European Union, and so there are no contracts to sell the machinery to other countries.
The owners say the machine will not start functioning until they get the government’s permission to build it.’
It’s a huge project, and I would have liked to see it completed in a reasonable time,’ says the owner, who does not want to be identified.
Tajmari, a woman who has a goat and sheep in her herd, says she was in shock when she heard about the problem.’
In Albania, it’s illegal to feed goats and it’s impossible to do it with a machine, so the goats were killed and the fodder is taken by themselves, but now they have come back and started to eat, and we have not seen any sign of it ever going away,’ she said.
When the owners of a goat mill went to the police last month, they found that the machine had been put up by the local mayor.’
The mayor is trying to get a special permit to build the machine in the next few days, but he is not going to be able to get it,’ she says.’
There are lots of things that could happen if the mayor doesn’t get this permit.’
She adds: ‘This mill is the only one in the whole country where the goats come out of the mill.’
It is not the first time that a goat feeder has been built in Albania.
Last year, local people came up with a plan to build a goat machine at a farm on the edge of town.
The farm owner, however, did not approve the project.
A goat-feeding machine at the goat farm in Tjuli, Albania.
(Albania’s National Agency for Forestry and Nature Protection)In June this year, an Albanian village decided to build its own feeder machine in a bid to feed more goats.
The goat feeders were designed to feed six goats at a time, but this time the goat herd was allowed to run around the farm.’
But they did not do anything,’ says a local resident.
‘We thought they were going to build one and have goats feed in it.
We were wrong.’
The goats are now grazing in the field.
The local village of Obradija, located at the eastern edge of the region, is not too different from the goat farms in Tijuli.
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