GOATS are naturally curious. While they don’t actually eat tin cans and paper, they are often seen chewing odds and ends mainly to find out more about these objects. Behaviorists think goats chew these items to find out more about them and to see if they are edible.
That curious nature may be the root of a legendary story about GOATS and coffee. An apocryphal story on the discovery of coffee goes like this: Kaldi, an Ethiopian goat herder, started chewing coffee beans after his goats started dancing when they ate the beans.
Who else has curious behavior?? KIDS!!! We love KIDS (both young goats and yours)!! FREE KIDS admission (your kids) to the farm on Tuesday, July 29!! 2 FREE KIDS with each adult admission. Just mention the deal on Facebook.
Farm is open from 10 am to 6 pm. Workshops about GOATS at 11 am and 2 pm. In addition to the learning workshop about GOATS, we will be making goat milk lotion! $6 admission also includes hayrides, petting farm, animal train rides, corn box, giant slide and more.