Live Stream Goat Kids in PJs and Try Not to Weep From Cuteness
It's time for your favorite field trip of the year! The goat kids born in April at Sunflower Farm Creamery are old enough for jumpin', runnin', ricochetin', and most importantly: SNUGGLIN'.
As someone who grew up with goats and visited the farm last year, I highly recommend making your way to Cumberland this weekend for some quality snugglin'. The schedule of visiting times, yoga classes, and dairy pickups are published on their facebook page. If you're busy, or just want a sneak peak before you get there, Sunflower Farm has ingeniously rigged cameras in the goats' pens, which have a live stream available for your viewing pleasure on their website. Below is a snapshot from this morning, when the kids were just bouncin' around their pens, nursing, and greeting the sunrise.
Sunflower Farm Creamery is a dairy farm that operates in a way animal lovers (like them!) can feel great about. Installing live cams of the pens and opening up the farm to visitors in April and May is one way they share the unique personalities of their herd members. The due dates for remaining pregnant goats is on their website, where you can also donate to support the Barn Cam and retired dairy goats.