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Glutes & Goats: Newest Yoga Trend Includes Four Hooves (Video)

Great yoga apparently now includes goats! That’s right! Jenness Farm, dairy farm in Nottingham, NH, has introduced a new trend with furry, four legged friends.

The owners of the farm posted this on their Facebook page:

“We are a very small DAIRY FARM in Nottingham, NH, with a herd of approximately 25 goats, 10 of whom are current milkers and the rest are young does, wethers or retired does living out their lives on the farm. We also have two donkeys (one donkey, Bobby, who is 40 years old, that we rescued from going to slaughter!), a horse, a turkey, two peafowl, four Guinea fowl, several hens and two bunnies and a sweet rescue dog named Juno, who came to us out of a high kill shelter in Alabama. Our five yoga goats are Nigerians, who came to us from other farms as we only have full size dairy goats.

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If you have a problem with dairy farms, bottle feeding babies or using milk in products, or if you are just looking to make uneducated and attacking comments on our [Facebook] posts, PLEASE unlike or unfollow us and take your agenda elsewhere. It’s as simple as that.”

And there you have it. If you don’t like it, then hit the road! However, I find it hard to see a problem with something this cute!

It is a pretty interesting workout. See for  yourself:

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