34 bouncy baby goats practice ninja acrobatics on hay bales

Bouncy baby goats

The Sunflower Farm Creamery was run by an animal-loving couple called Hope and Chris. The farm is located in Cumberland, Maine, and is also known as a Nigerian Dwarf Dairy. The couple is known for their love for Nigerian Dwarf goats.

Bouncy baby goats

The goats were a part of their family, and Hope and Chris cared for these animals like their own babies. Recently, the youngest kids, who were 2 days old, and the eldest goat babies, who were 3 weeks old, had a playdate.

34 goat babies were found jumping around and playing with one another. Since the kids got more significant, they could jump over from the little hay bale mountains stacked near the farm entrance.

Bouncy baby goats

The little baby goats bleating and jumping around the farm looked adorable. However, it felt as if the 34 baby goats were having a race and competing as they ran from one corner of the farm to the other.

The silly little babies were having a great time enjoying the outdoor life but were protected by the farm enclosure. They played vigorously and jumped on the hay bale as if they had nothing better to do.

Bouncy baby goats

The little kids went wild and did not know what to do as their mothers were not around. The owners had decided to give the mama goats some time to rest. Some of the goat babies were feeding on the hay inside the farm.

After a fulfilled yet tiring day, all the little ones rested next to each other. Some of the babies slept on the bedding of a haystack. On the other hand, others took a nap inside the farm enclosure. Finally, some lucky kids located their mother and rested next to her.

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34 bouncy baby goats practice ninja acrobatics on hay bales