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Made Here | Goat Yoga

July 29, 2019 - Posted in Digital by Kaitlyn Cannon

Critter Creek Farm raises Fainting Goats and Nigerian Dwarf Goats, as well as farms flowers full-time. On top of that, Critter Creek Farm's Terri Gustin decided to jump on the Goat Yoga train three years ago. She made that decision after her children had gone off to college. She explains, "No one was coming to the farm and playing with the babies except for me, and I really promise that when you buy baby goats from us that they're very socialized, they're friendly." She continues, "They're naturally afraid of people, so this really trains them to become social." She also says that Goat Yoga has become a therapy for her. She says, "It was so nice to be guaranteed a fun, happy, positive experience every week."

Made Here is a digital series that explores small businesses in South Carolina.

 

 

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