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Images: A visit at Springer’s Farm in Broadalbin (9 photos)

Goats are eager to be pet in their fenced-in area at Springer’s Stables in Broadalbin on Friday, August 20, 2021.
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Goats are eager to be pet in their fenced-in area at Springer’s Stables in Broadalbin on Friday, August 20, 2021.

The Daily Gazette’s Erica Miller visited Springer’s Farm in Broadalbin on Friday, August 20, 2021. Springer’s Farm is open Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays for “Escape to the Farm” for a tour of the farm, arts and crafts, pony ride. The farm also holds horse riding lessons, parties and unicorn photoshoots.

Assistant stable manager Annika Sams, of Broadalbin, holds their bantam show chicken “Falcon Jack.”
Assistant stable manager Annika Sams, of Broadalbin (right) atop Sky, and Adrianne Airey, of Johnstown atop Bella, practice their drill team routines.
Assistant stable manager Annika Sams, of Broadalbin (front) atop Sky, and Adrianne Airey, of Johnstown atop Bella, practice their drill team routines.
Goats eager to be pet in their fenced-in area at Springer’s Farm.
Stable student worker Evelynn Magagnos, 13 of Broadalbin, demonstrates vaulting on a barrel inside the barn in Broadalbin.
Stable sheep Jasmine sticks her head through the fencing to be pet at Springer’s Farm.
One of their bunnies Cookie at Springer’s Farm.
Stable student worker Evelynn Magagnos, 13, of Broadalbin, with one of their stable paint quarter horse Gumby.
Stable student worker Evelynn Magagnos, 13, of Broadalbin, holds one of their bunnies Lucy.

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