Sunflower Farm and Creamery has a lot of animals. Perhaps most of all, they have goats. Fifty-three baby goats are running all over their farm, and these little kids bring a lot of excitement.
The goat kids are kept in a separate pen from their mothers so that each group can get rest during the night. However, one cheeky girl, Dakota, has learned how to escape the kid pen and spends the night with her mama.
Each morning, the kids greet the farmers with bleats and calls, waiting to be ushered where their mothers are. The farmers have to set up a hay bale situation so that they go into the right stall when the kids are released.
The swarm of cuteness runs into the next stall once their gate is opened. The farmer almost has to jump out of their way. Once they reunite with their mothers, they spend the day nursing or even jumping on their moms.
Farmers feed the baby goats with a bottle if they want it. Some kids have learned to stand on their hind legs to reach the bottle better and get more food than the others.
They munch on grass, lie next to their moms, and explore the farm. These baby goats learn new tricks every day, like waiting till their mama is distracted by her own breakfast to nurse for as long as they like.
This baby goat herd brings a lot of joy to the farmers as they spend time with them each morning. Raising goat kids can be hard work, but the dairy farmers are rewarded with mischief and antics that give them lots to smile about.