Princesses in the Plaza
Talk about bringing the farm to the city; we witnessed quite the sight walking back from lunch yesterday! Goats were being carried down the street through the doors of Imagination Station. Who would have thought that you would see goats being carried like dogs through a city?? First time for everything, I guess. These goats were not about to just sneak in the back door quietly. They were adamant about making their presence known. Suddenly, Imagination Station was buzzing with the noises of goats, and employees running rampant trying to get the accommodations perfect for our two newest additions to FarmFest. These twin female goats are coming to us from Andrew Teet, who will be showing them at the Lucas County Fair as well as the Ohio State Fair later this summer. Unbeknownst to us, however, was that these two girls are true princesses. They need to be fed exactly one cup of food twice a day, in addition to their constant access to hay. Mind you, this hay can not just be placed on the ground. There is a special hay crate hanging on the side of their fencing to ensure the hay does not get stepped on, or mixed in with any other particles. Let’s not forget to mention that these two princesses will not be very happy guests if their hay or any other particles—dust, dirt, etc.—gets into their water. Talk about high maintenance; these girls must keep their food and water completely separate in order to avoid any “contamination”! They are going to have quite the expensive room service bill added to their stay! Only the purest and the freshest for our newest guests to the FarmFest Plaza!
Only one more week to stop in and see all of the animals! Also, don’t miss your chance to cast your vote in the naming contest for these princesses!
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