Valentino the Goat is Once Again Getting His Kicks at Clanton Farm

| July 8, 2020 @ 2:00 pm

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By Michelle Matthews
This is Alabama

Whenever a new animal arrives at Serenity Animal Farm in Clanton, Mark Bagley waits until he gets to know the animal’s personality before naming it. So you can imagine why a 2½-year-old Oberhasli goat with a racing stripe down his back and an ever-present smile on his face is called Valentino, after the famous “Latin lover.”

“He thinks he’s a ladies’ man,” Bagley said.

Even Dr. Dee Jones, the large-animal vet who takes care of the animals at Bagley’s farm, raves about Valentino – and he’s seen a lot of goats in his time. “He’s such a neat goat,” Jones said. “So handsome. He’s kind of like the Fabio of goats.”

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