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Tiny goat popular at Seedy Saturday event

                                           - Gaeil Farrar photo
— image credit: Gaeil Farrar photo

Road's End farm owner Terri Smith brought this little cashmere goat to the Seedy Saturday event held in Herb Gardner Park Saturday. The little fellow was the runt of the litter and was rejected by his mother. At just one week old the infant needs to be fed every hour so Smith brought him to the garden celebration where he proved to be a big hit with the children and adults. Bedding plants, organic seeds, seed potatoes, baked goods, canning and information on farming and building sustainable communities were available at the Seedy Saturday event.

 

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