Stolen baby goats return to Farningham farm

PUBLISHED: 09:39 25 September 2012

Grace, one of the stolen goats

Grace, one of the stolen goats


Two rare goats that were stolen from a farm in April have returned to their owner in Farningham.

The goats, which are the endangered Arapawa breed, were taken from Wayne May’s farm just 72 hours after their birth.

At the time, Mr May spoke with The Reporter fearing they would not survive without their mother’s milk.

But more than five months later the goats were discovered in a farm near Dover and were brought back to join the rest of the herd.

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