The little farm animals @Whole Foods Market

The other day the little ones attending the Kids Club event at Whole Foods were featured.  Today we have what they were looking at.  I wish I had gotten the card of the farm that brought the animals in so I could give them proper credit.  They actually do kiddie birthday parties where they will bring the animals to you.  That beats having a clown any day of the week to me.  All of their animals had been hand raised so they were used to being around and handled by humans; the sheep and goats had been bottle fed.

Present were two sheep, two goats, two ducks, a turkey and two chickens, one very fluffy Angora bunny, another bunny, chicks and ducklings.  The chickens and the turkey had the smelliest pen – phew!  It was rather humorous to watch the sheep and goats stick their heads out of their pen to try and nibble on the flowers the market had around their area for sale or to get anything else they could grab.  E-I-E-I-O  🙂

There are some “comments” under some of the pictures in the slide show, you just have to scroll down a bit to see them.

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10 Responses to The little farm animals @Whole Foods Market

  1. bulldogsturf says:

    Love the Goats and Sheep,… are the goats, Angora goats???

  2. ChgoJohn says:

    A nice collection for the kids to check out. That bunny must have been popular.

  3. dhphotosite says:

    Wow great fun for the kids I’m sure!!!

  4. I’m always one of the few adults without a child petting the goats in the petting zoo at the San Diego Zoo. For some reason I just really love petting wildlife.

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