Baby Goats, Culture, Social Media, Viral Videos, Youtube

The goats of Sunflower Farm Creamery are very wholesome YouTube stars

On a lovely farm in Cumberland, Maine, lives a team of YouTubers who don’t know how many subscribers they have. They do not participate in brand partnerships, and they have never even heard of a tea channel. In fact, none of them have ever been online, because they are goats.

These goats reside at the Sunflower Farm Creamery, a dairy farm with one of the most reliably wholesome online presences around. It houses a main herd of 30 Nigerian Dwarf goats, whose kids star — with parental cameos, of course — in the creamery’s YouTube videos. 

A new crew of kids is born on the farm every year. When those babies are old enough, some will be adopted out to new homes. (They are, understandably, in very high demand.) Until then, they will wag their tails in knit pajamas and wobble around the grounds.

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