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PHOTOS: Goats at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton

  • Charlie Andrews, 5, reaches out to the new goats at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton on Thursday. Panda, left, and Pokie alnog with two others were born a week ago to Pansy the farm's goat. Three have survived. Mulitple births for goats are rare.

    Charlie Andrews, 5, reaches out to the new goats at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton on Thursday. Panda, left, and Pokie alnog with two others were born a week ago to Pansy the farm's goat. Three have survived. Mulitple births for goats are rare.

  • Pokie, left, gets a hug from her sister Penolope, the new Nigerian dwarf goats at Beech Hill Farm Wednesday. The two were part of four goats born to Pansie the farm's goat last Saturday.

    Pokie, left, gets a hug from her sister Penolope, the new Nigerian dwarf goats at Beech Hill Farm Wednesday. The two were part of four goats born to Pansie the farm's goat last Saturday.

  • Panda, one of the surving three Nigerian Dwarf goats, prances around the fenced in area at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton Wednesday. The farm's goat Pansy had them last Saturday and the three remaining are doing well.<br/><br/>(GEOFF FORESTER Monitor staff)

    Panda, one of the surving three Nigerian Dwarf goats, prances around the fenced in area at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton Wednesday. The farm's goat Pansy had them last Saturday and the three remaining are doing well.

    (GEOFF FORESTER Monitor staff)

  • Charlie Andrews, 5, reaches out to the new goats at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton on Thursday. Panda, left, and Pokie alnog with two others were born a week ago to Pansy the farm's goat. Three have survived. Mulitple births for goats are rare.
  • Pokie, left, gets a hug from her sister Penolope, the new Nigerian dwarf goats at Beech Hill Farm Wednesday. The two were part of four goats born to Pansie the farm's goat last Saturday.
  • Panda, one of the surving three Nigerian Dwarf goats, prances around the fenced in area at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton Wednesday. The farm's goat Pansy had them last Saturday and the three remaining are doing well.<br/><br/>(GEOFF FORESTER Monitor staff)

Pansy, a goat at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton, recently gave birth to four baby goats. Three have survived. Multiple births for goats are rare.

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