From their Facebook post – link below … 1:30pm today
With the overwhelming interest in people wanting to see this years offspring I figured we’d pack it into a Saturday afternoon. This will be an opportunity for everyone to come see the kids and calf from this year.
For anyone not accustomed to how livestock can act; when the kids jump up on each other’s backs it’s not a sexual act. It’s more like a display of dominance since they can’t arm wrestle.
Please ensure all gates are closed. I will temporarily turn the electric fence off. Do not run in the pastures. Move slowly because the cattle especially can startle easy. No fast movements.
Given the forecasted turnout; do not ask to see them faint. The goats will already have a heightened sense that something is going on. Therefore they will be alert and suspicious so the likelihood of getting them to faint is low. Although you can sit back and watch them and perhaps get lucky and watch them do it to each other.
Lastly, with the exception of my son and I, everyone is a stranger to these animals. We see them and interact with them everyday. Their “flight” response is on point when it comes to “stranger danger! Stranger danger!” So keep that in mind