This time of year, you see Christmas trees dumped all over the place. But a Thonotosassa group is asking you to bring it to them instead of leaving it out on a curb. That dried out Christmas tree you had decorated a couple weeks ago is a tasty snack for goats. Channel 8 reports that Grady Goat Foundation Co-Owner Debbie Canton says they’re actually a healthy food for the animals. They provide a home for goats that have been mistreated and donated Christmas trees help keep them fed.

They even have those trendy goat yoga classes you’ve probably heard of. Class is held on weekends at their Hat Trick Ranch. They say you are welcome to bring a mat and enjoy the hour long exercise session with 20 baby goats. No experience is necessary.

To get details about dropping your Christmas tree off or if you want info about the next baby goat yoga time, call (813) 495-5083 or email [Source: Channel 8]

Top 10 States People Are Leaving to Move To Florida

How many can you guess before peeking? I’ll bet you know #1, but #2 might surprise you! It did me. These statistics come to us from the U.S. Census. These are the top ten states people left in 2019 to move to Florida.

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