These are the last two goats to be milked, and they're probably pretty tired of standing around with full udders. But when you milk 75 goats it tends to take awhile. To coerce them to come quietly down to the paddock (the fenced area these goats are standing in) we put out beet pulp and minerals (and sometimes baking soda). Well, it's not just to coerce them--it's actually good for them too. After the goats are milked we let them out the wooden gate to the right of the metal gate, and they go back to the pasture.