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You Can Meet Cuddly Alpacas & Goats With This Ontario Farm's Live Streams

Isolation isn't as baaaaad with these adorable videos!
Ontario Associate Editor
Ontario Farm's Animal Live Streams Are All You Need To Get Through Isolation

If you've been craving a little bit of cuteness in your day, then look no further. This Ontario farm isn't letting isolation get in the way of animal visits. While you may not be able to experience this farm in person, you can still get your cute critter fill by tuning into their Facebook page. You can see fluffy alpacas and speedy goats on this Ontario farm's animal live streams.

You have goat to check out these animal videos if isolation has you feeling down. 

Haute Goat is a farm offering tons of creature experiences, such as alpaca walks, haute goat yoga, and more.

They even have  'goat shmurgles', which they describe as, "the joyful sound your heart makes when you snuggle a baby goat".

Like many attractions, the farm is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The good news is, we can still see these adorable animals thanks to the farm's new live streams.

The owners have been taking to their Facebook page to offer live videos straight from the farm.

You can visit their ponies, fluffy dogs, alpacas, and other animals by tuning into the streams.

Next week, the farm will be hosting goat races on the live stream to brighten your day in the best way possible.

For the exact times of the videos, check out their Facebook page, which is updated regularly.

You can also check out the live goat cams, which are always available to watch on the website.

The farm has recently launched a "Tripping Billies Stone Trail project" to keep spirits high at home.

You can paint a stone with a farm scene or anything you desire and share the photo on social media.

When the farm reopens, you can bring the stone in to have it placed along the trail.

Prepare for cuteness overload and check out these farm animals who are still having a good time in isolation.

Haute Goat Live Streams

Price: Free

Address: 1166 5th Ln., Newtonville, ON

Why You Need To Go: Tune in to the live goat cams, or watch some adorable animals during the Facebook streams.

    Madeline Forsyth
    Ontario Associate Editor
    Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Editor for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Toronto restaurants and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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