By Joe McFarlane
A ranch has a hilariously bizarre method of feeding their goats, which sees their heads poking through a wall.
Karen Perry and her family were visiting Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch near Tucson, Arizona, when they stumbled across the bizarre and hilarious ‘Hole In The Wall Gang.’
The description really does say it all, as the family of four were greeted with the bizarre sight of rows and rows of hungry goats eagerly poking their head out of holes in search of food.
Resembling a unique game of ‘Whack-a-mole’, the family were confronted with impatient goats stomping their hooves in demand for food
Karen said: “There was something so ridiculous about seeing goats that way. You couldn’t help but laugh.
“Even though I thought it was hilarious, I was concerned for the goats.
“I spoke to one of the workers and she assured me that the goats love the treats and attention.
“They naturally like to climb so they enjoy climbing the platform structure behind the wall.”
Karen’s nine-year-old son, Cash was incredibly surprised when he saw the goat’s long necks stretching out for food.
Cash said: “When we first walked up, some of the holes in the wall were empty. Then suddenly a goat head pops out.
“I didn’t know who to feed first. It was hilarious! I couldn’t stop laughing.”