When most people imagine life on a farm, they think of slow days where chores take up most of the day and animals lazily graze in the fields. But at Sunflower Farm Creamery, the days looked a little different than you might expect.
That was especially true when there were babies on the farm. From the moment the baby goats got up until they went to sleep, all 24 babies were curious and ready for adventure.
The babies at Sunflower Farm ranged from 2 weeks to 2 days. Regardless of their ages, all the babies shared a desire to play and an unending desire to explore their surroundings.
At first, the babies had been nervous about the camera operator, but now the goat kids felt comfortable around him. So, many of them directed their insatiable curiosity toward him.
When they were not playing “king of the log” or leaping around the barn, many baby goats walked to the camera operator for their close-ups. “They are very interested every time I get low with my camera,” the filmer wrote in the video description.
Sunflower Farm Creamery looked forward to the days ahead and the further antics these playful goat kids would be getting into. “The barn gets more fun every morning,” they said.
And the best part was there would be more adorable goats coming soon. In just a few more days, more baby goats would be joining the other residents at Sunflower Farm Creamery.