A white and a dappled Boer goat stand in their pen at the D and J Goat Farms auction at the Johnston County Livestock Arena. The auction drew goats from across North Carolina and buyers from across the country.
A white and a dappled Boer goat stand in their pen at the D and J Goat Farms auction at the Johnston County Livestock Arena. The auction drew goats from across North Carolina and buyers from across the country. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com
A white and a dappled Boer goat stand in their pen at the D and J Goat Farms auction at the Johnston County Livestock Arena. The auction drew goats from across North Carolina and buyers from across the country. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com

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