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Ray and Pam Knisley say they moved to Chiefland to get away from the traffic and forever-encroaching sprawl of South Florida where they once owned a successful horse farm and carriage event business. In 2005, after deciding to retire, the Knisleys bought an 80- acre farm in Chiefland, now known as Carriage House Farm.
And although the Knisleys still have a few horses and antique carriages, they've turned their attention to raising a breed of goat that are famous for collapsing at the first sign of trouble: fainting goats.
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