One is grey & brown, the other two creamy white with dark spots all over… Super cute!! All 3 of them were all born last night. The mother, exhausted and tired, is having a rest at the stable while pony Katharina is giving her company. In the meantime the goat babies are flying from arm to arm… A real baby shower! We took pictures in the back of the kitchen where the “kids” were trying their first cautious steps on their long, slightly trembling legs. After the foto session Peppino took them back to mummy to be fed and have a nap.
The newlyborns don’t have names yet: Do you want to give us a hand? How would YOU call the goat kids at Coccaro stable? Tick, Trick & Track? The 3 musketeers? We’ll be happy to collect all your ideas and keep you posted on the final choice! Thanks for joining in!!
PS: Do you know that goats milk is perfect (baby) nutrition – not only for little baby goats but also for human beings? According to the Journal of American Medicine, “Goat’s milk is the most complete food known”. It contains vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein, and fatty acids that are utilized by your body with ease. In fact, your body can digest goat’s milk in just 20 minutes. It takes 2-3 hours to digest cow’s milk. So when you come down to Masseria Torre Coccaro next time, ask for goat milk at breakfast: You’ll find it’s a real treat!