Baby animals fill the Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm each year, providing cuteness overload. Here are 5 of them:
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Scottish Highland calf
A Scottish Highland calf, born in March, weighed about 65 pounds at birth and will grow to be close to 1,400 pounds. The breed has a double coat of hair. The long outer layer covers a soft undercoat.
Young Tunis sheep were raised by President George Washington after he received them as a give from Tunisia. The breed's cinnamon colored wool is known for its' high quality.
Nigerian dwarf goats
A pair of twins and a set of triplet Nigerian dwarf goats were born at Aullwood Farm weeks ago.
Baby chicks arrived by mail just days after they hatched.
A Dexter calf, born at the start of April, is a new additon to the Aullwood Farm in Butler Twp. The breed can be used for milk, beef or oxen.