The farm has more than 100 goats currently, and farmers are constantly bottle-feeding the babies. Because of the cooler weather setting in, the baby goats need extra help staying warm, and that's where the volunteers come in. Four-hour time slots are available to come to the farm and keep the babies warm, dry, and clean. Right now, all the slots are full, but keep checking Caramont's Facebook page for updates if you're in the area. Snuggling baby goats is definitely not the worst way to stay warm this Winter!
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