Goats back on the roof

Popular tourist attraction is ready for the summer season

One of the Coombs Old Country Market Angora goats joins the human patrons for lunch.

One of the Coombs Old Country Market Angora goats joins the human patrons for lunch.

The goats have returned to the grass roof of the Old Country Market in Coombs. This year, they are local goats.

Jenny Esterckx, a market employee who has her own goat farm, raised them. On the roof this year are white Angora goats Hannah and Molly (the two little ones don’t have names yet), and Nubian/Angora crosses April and Bambi.

What does it take 

to raise goats for the roof? Pick up a copy of The News next Tuesday. 

 

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