A few days after President Sergio Martínez signed the new law, we sat down with the head of the bushy goat sanctuary in the area, Montezumi.
Montezumo is located in the mountainous region of Montezumas Pampas province and is home to around 100,000 goats and calves, according to its website.
The sanctuary also houses a number of small-scale farms that have been providing the sanctuary with the necessities to feed the animals.
As the goats were relocated, they have also been able to receive the basics of human hygiene, including soap and shampoo, as well as some vaccinations and foodstuffs.
The goat sanctuary was also able to secure funding to start a small coffee plantation in the region, and it is also working on the construction of a new farm.
The goats are part of the Montezumi family.
The father, Monzo, has a PhD in conservation biology from the University of Buenos Aires, while his wife, Nana, a former university lecturer, is a nurse in a hospital.
The two children, Ayo and Isabelle, have been with the sanctuary since they were born in 2013.
The mother, Nisa, was trained as a nurse by the Argentine National University.
She has also been involved in the protection of goats in the past, and in 2018 she was part of a team that rescued three young goats from a herd in the surrounding area.
Nisa says the goats have also become a part of their culture.
The sanctuary is currently accepting applications for goats for adoption, but if the goats are adopted, it will be for their own care and will not be to be sold.
In fact, the sanctuary is not even looking for a buyer for the goats.
Nisa is determined to protect her young goats.
“We have two young goats,” she said.
“One is a male and the other is a female.
One is a shepherd and the second is a goat hunter.
When they grow up, they will have to do their own work.
It’s important that they grow in a family where they can be cared for.”
We also have a few young calves.
They’re very young and we can’t do anything about that, so we are not interested in selling them.
They will go to a farm, but they are very young so we will have some time to decide what to do.
“Montezo has been involved with the goat sanctuary since 2013.
In 2016, he helped to rescue three young goat hunters from a small herd.
He was part a team of scientists who were on a mission to rescue them.”
When the team was rescued by the military, they had no food and no water.
They were in the middle of nowhere, and we didn’t know what to expect.
They had a very difficult time, but I saved their lives and we took them home,” he said.
Montezzumos efforts to protect the goats led him to the head office of the national government.
In 2017, he joined the local government to work on goat conservation projects.
As the sanctuary’s population has increased, the Monzumos have been asked to provide the goat population with additional security, which is one of the main priorities in the new government’s new policy.
They are also in charge of the animal welfare, but this is more difficult.”
I am a very passionate person, but in my heart I don’t know how to handle a goat,” Monzo said.
The goats have already been used as a tool in protecting the community from the poachers. “
[The goat] is a family and we need to protect them as a family,” she added.
The goats have already been used as a tool in protecting the community from the poachers.
In addition to the goats, the bushels of vegetables and the crops they are growing also require protection.
“We need to plant more trees and plant more gardens, and also protect the sheep,” Nisa said.
“The sheep are our main source of income.
We have a lot of sheep, but we don’t have enough milk to keep the goats alive,” she explained.
“So we need more goats.
And we need them to be here as a group.”
The goats in Monzumo are part, in some ways, of the Monzo family.
Their father is a former president and the mother a former minister.
It is the first time in Argentina that the head is of both the political and animal kingdom.
The current president is the granddaughter of the first president, and the first lady is the daughter of the last president.
The goat sanctuary is one example of a number that have sprung up since the passage of the law.
It also shows the importance of conservation work and conservation projects in Argentina.