Aaaaaaand they're off!
It's breakfast time at Sunflower Farm Creamery and that means a small stampede.
These 47 goat kids are eight weeks old and have spent all night sleeping by themselves in preparation for going to their new homes. Naturally, when morning comes, these little ones are hungry and ready to see their mamas again.
It's all sorts of pandemonium when the door swings open and the herd is released. Tiny hooves are galloping and the race to breakfast is officially on!
This is definitely the cutest stampede you've ever seen:
Told ya so.
Sunflower Farm Creamery is a Nigerian Dwarf Goat creamery located in Cumberland, Maine. The creamery raises and sells goat kids, makes delicious cheese, and is open to the public for tours and goat visits. Click here for more info about the facility and its offerings.
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