Blue Heron Farm is a small-scale 10-acre goat dairy in Field Store, Texas, owned and operated by Christian and Lisa Seger. They’re a must-follow if you love farm animals – in addition to their herd of Nubian goats, they also have dogs, cats, chickens, ducks, pigs, and a donkey.
Started in 2010 by Louisa Conrad and Lucas Farrell, Big Picture Farm is a small hillside goat dairy and farmstead confectionery and creamery located in southern Vermont. Louisa and Lucas did an Instagram takeover for us last spring, and their photo of a goat being born (scroll down to see it) ended up one of our top nine posts of 2016! [Editor’s note: Read the story of Big Picture Farm in our summer 2017 issue and online here.]
Kirsten is a writer and farmer who grew up on a farm in Midcoast Maine. Her small hobby “homestead” includes geese, goats, chickens, bees, ducks, and extensive vegetable and herb gardens. We can’t get over how cute her baby goats are right now.
Goats of Anarchy is a special needs baby goat rescue in New Jersey. With a whopping 488k followers, it’s no surprise that they were voted the People’s Voice Winner of the Animal Social Media category in the 2016 and 2017 Webby Awards (an award for excellence on the Internet). Some of their photos might make your heart hurt, but overall, it’s inspiring to see people give so much love and care to injured and special needs goats.
This account has no bio, but according to a recent Buzzfeed piece, the farm is run by Jessi and Josh Pottebaum in western Kentucky. You can expect many photos and videos of extremely happy-looking baby goats.