Goats Singing Christmas Carols

Greta the singing goat

Greta the singing goat

Well you’ve seen baby goats bouncing around to the tune of Jingle Bells, so you had to figure this wasn’t too far behind.

St. Helen’s Farm in Seaton Ross, England have started up a singing competition among their goats after workers realized that the goats produced more milk when listening to Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas Is You.

The three goats competing for top honors were Greta, Gertrude, and Gladys — with Greta coming out on top with over 50% of the online vote.

Even though the competition is over, you can still be your own judge. Check out Greta’s winning rendition of Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Gladys’ Silent Night, and Gertrude’s Oh Come All Ye Faithful at the St. Helen’s Farm YouTube channel  (or right at the dairy’s website) and then come back here and let us know:

Who do you think has the best, ahem, voice?

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4 Responses to “Goats Singing Christmas Carols”
  1. Nell
    12.23.2010

    LET US BOW OUR HEADS IN SUPLICATION TO GRETA THE SINGING GOAT, LORD HELP US ALL.
    I personally think just regular old bleeing is fine.
    That was very silly!

    Hahaha agreed Nell!

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  2. AmyEmilia
    12.23.2010

    Very strange…

    I’m inclined to agree 😉

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  3. 12.23.2010

    Really Mariah Carey… they even had me singing along.
    Very cool goats!

    Hahaha no accounting for taste I suppose 😉

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  4. 12.23.2010

    LOL that is toooo funny – LOVE goats. If you haven’t seen the Jingle Bells check it out too great laughs!

    Thanks Sue! I have a link to the Jungle Bells video in this post as a matter of fact :)

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