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10 Pictures of Baby Goats to Get You Ready for Spring


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The sun is shining, the snow is melting, and the bees are buzzing. That’s right, spring is finally upon us! Here at culture there is so much we look forward to about this time of year: chilled rosé, warmer weather, and, of course, fresh goat cheese! And while we like to kid around all year long, spring is actually kidding season. This means that female goats are beginning their lactation cycles and thus commencing the season of fresh cheesemaking!

The arrival of spring also means our Instagram feed is flooded with pictures of baby goats – and we’re not mad about it. To kickstart kidding season, we’ve corralled some of our favorites for your goat-viewing pleasure. Happy spring, cheese lovers!

Photo courtesy of @localcoolingfarms

A lesson in looking fabulous when goat butts photobomb your photo opp.

 

Photo courtesy of @galloping_gertie

We expect to see a lot of sleeveless color-blocked sweaters on the goat couture runways this spring season.

Photo courtesy of @littlebitcountryfarm

Curiosity ain’t killing this cat, but we’re dying from cuteness overload.

 

Photo courtesy of @thatsammiigirl

Selena Goatmez and Nicole Kid-man are nailing this over-the-shoulder pose. Work, ladies. Work!

Photo courtesy of @unconventional_acres

“How you doin’?”

Photo courtesy of @featherandscalefarm

“No one puts baby in the corner”

Photo courtesy of @hostilevalleyliving

I’m ready for my close-up.

Photo courtesy of @lilly_n_pongo

There is no blonde in the world that is having more fun than this little one.

Photo courtesy of @localcoolingfarms

Wait, these aren’t no scallywag mutton-eers! Someone get those goats back to safety.

 

Photo courtesy of @thefarmonquailhollow

Strike a pose, there’s nothing to it. Vogue.

Featured photo credit Laurel Miller

Sam Jones

Sam Jones is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Agriculture, Food, and Environment at Tufts University. She has worked on organic vegetable farms in France, Scotland, and Washington as well as on a chicken and pig farm in Colorado. She is passionate about telling farmers' stories and exploring the varied agricultural methods that go into making delicious cheese around the world.

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