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A day at Prodigal Farm, in pictures 

I spent some time this month at Prodigal Farm in Rougemont learning about goats.

click to enlarge Goats less than a week old stay warm under a heat lamp in a building known as "Babyland." - LISA SORG
  • Lisa Sorg
  • Goats less than a week old stay warm under a heat lamp in a building known as "Babyland."

The takeaway? Friendly, playful, rambunctious: They're like dogs with horns.

Here's a slideshow of photographs I took during my visits. The music is from a 1930 performance by Victor Theremin. I think the goats would like it.

See this week's cover story about the farm.

  • Forget LOL cats, the new trend is LOL goats

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