Goats are truly lovable animals, even if they can sometimes be a bit cheeky. They are very intelligent and capable of learning, quickly become tame and often seek out human caregivers. So it's no wonder that we no longer think of goats as farm animals these days. At Gut Aiderbichl, too, many goats have found a home for the rest of their lives.
Today we would like to tell you about Hermann, a very charming billy goat who recently became an Aiderbichler. Hermann was born 2.5 years ago on a farm in the Bavarian Forest. With his owners he was able to enjoy a life full of joy and happiness so far, but unfortunately the farm had to be closed down for personal reasons. An animal lover became aware of Hermann via Facebook and immediately informed us that the billy goat had to find a new home, otherwise he would unfortunately be slaughtered. Fortunately, we had space and were able to make the commitment right away. The woman also directly took over a sponsorship for the adorable billy goat.
Hermann's new life at Gut Aiderbichl Eslarn
Hermann immediately integrated very well into the herd of goats at Gut Aiderbichl Eslarn and has a lot of fun with his fellow goats. He jumps around happily and both the goats and our team in Eslarn have immediately taken him to their hearts. Hermann may sometimes look a bit grim, but he has the heart of a goat and is very, very lovable.
We are very grateful for your support, dear animal friends, because it is only thanks to your help that we were able to help Hermann and give him a home with us until the natural end of his life. Please continue to support us with a symbolic sponsorship or a donation. Thank you very much, stay healthy.
Today we would like to tell you about Hermann, a very charming billy goat who recently became an Aiderbichler. Hermann was born 2.5 years ago on a farm in the Bavarian Forest. With his owners, he has so far been able to live a...