Delight Your Heart with These Cute Images of Three Newborn Goats in Sweaters!
Just as people have fallen in love with the dairy products of Sunflower Farm Creamery, you won’t be able to stop yourself from adoring these three newborn goats in sweaters!
These sweet and cuddly kids come from a local farm’s family of Nigerian Dwarf goats, whose milk is the source of their yummy vanilla goat milk yogurt, goat milk vanilla caramels, goat milk fudge, chevre truffles, and of course their variety of decadent goat cheese.
The farm’s choice of Nigerian Dwarf goats from West Africa is the key to their success. Their size makes them easier to handle, requires smaller space for the herd, and provides more milk that tastes sweeter.
What’s more, their goats eat different kinds of grass, enjoy fresh breeze as they roam freely in their pasture and in the farm, munch on healthy grain at milking time, and are given free choice minerals, baking soda for easier digestion, and fresh water twice a day.
Approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a livestock dairy goat, the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy categorized the Nigerian Dwarf goats as rare. Their charming appearance is also unique, with lovely, colorful markings coupled with friendly and gentle personalities.
Every goat in the Sunflower Farm Creamery also has a name, and the staff can easily tell every one of them by their voices. They are such happy goats who are treated like queens and are never used for meat. And upon retirement from parenting, each goat still receives as much love and care as it did as a working goat.
In this video, you’ll see three newborn kids who are wearing cute, small sweaters that make them even more adorable!
Their names are Edith, Eleonor, and Baby Arthur. Their mom could not be prouder as the three baby goats display beauty, intelligence, and agility — promising to grow up into smart, productive, and lovable adults!Whizzco