Goat population doubles at Trevecca’s Urban Farm

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By Montgomery Sparrow

While Trevecca students were on spring break the population of baby goats on campus more than doubled.

Now 20 baby goats, ranging in age from one month to five days old, live on the Trevecca Urban Farm and at least three more female goats are expecting.

The addition of the goats threaten overpopulation for the urban farm. The farm is resolving this problem by searching for deals to sell and trade the baby goats.

Trades could result in more food, other animals, and services.

“A local veterinarian will be providing services in trade for three of our goats,” said Jason Adkins, Trevecca’s environmental projects coordinator.

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