Goats at the library? What?

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My local library has a program where a farmer brings in his goats for all the kids, and adult children to pet. They stay outside on the grass. I love this!
We get to pet and feed the goats. We even get to feed the baby goats a bottle. They seem very intelligent, and I think it is cute when they speak, and say “bahhh”. One goat was eating my daughter’s shirt, it was hilarious.
Some goat facts:
Goats were one of the first animals to be domesticated

Goats are very intelligent, they can learn their name, and come when they are called like a dog.

They are picky eaters

Their life expectancy is 8-12 years and sometimes up to 15 years.

They are adventurous and like to explore.

They are social animals.

They were even brought over to America on the Mayflower.

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They look like they are smiling

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The baby goats are adorable

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My kids liked to draw on themselves when they were little. Goofs!

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