Lol yes, Goats on the roof! I keep forgetting your also East TN too! Well at the old farm we accidentally had goats on the roof. Backyard shed row was next to a bank and one day the kids got up there playing jumping around and eating tree branches. Best goat play ground ever!Born and raised in central Illinois farm country. My parents had a horse when I was little, had chickens most of my life, and a cat. We ended up getting rid of all our animals as we got a little older. I loved animals,but having them didn’t really work out because I’m VERY allergic to cats, dogs, horse, etc. (but surprisingly not goats)
A few years ago we took a vacation to Gatlinburg. There, we went to a store called Goats on the Roof. They had lots of trinkets and stuff for sale. They also had baby goats in the store and we fell in LOVE!
Fast forward a few months and we ended up moving to East Tennessee (love it here). We moved next to a small 6 acre farm with about 7 head of cattle. We met and become good friends with our neighbors who owned the farm. Turned out they were old horse racers and had an old horse barn that had been empty for years. After we talked about it for a bit, our neighbors said we could put some goats in the horse barn and stalls. We were completely clueless to goats, but knew we loved them and really wanted some. We ended up calling Goats on the Roof (because they were the only people we knew who had goats) and talked with them about all they needed, etc. Long story short, we bought the same goats we saw in the store Goats on the Roof a year before while on our vacation! If you would have told me the baby goats we saw while on vacation would be ours one day I would have called you crazy, yet, here we are! It was quite a miracle really!