Fairview Elementary students, far left, Arianna Yang and Donrico Clark (checkered shirt) and the rest of their classmates enjoyed meeting and petting “Shorty” while at the annual Farm Day event held at Berry Christmas Tree Farm on Friday. Shorty, a pygmy goat, is full grown at 1 year of age and she loved getting all of the attention from the kids. The event is sponsored by the Newton County Farm Bureau Young Farmers. Newton County pre-k children learned about not only goats, but horses, cows and other farm animals. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

Fairview Elementary students, far left, Arianna Yang and Donrico Clark (checkered shirt) and the rest of their classmates enjoyed meeting and petting “Shorty” while at the annual Farm Day event held at Berry Christmas Tree Farm on Friday. Shorty, a pygmy goat, is full grown at 1 year of age and she loved getting all of the attention from the kids. The event is sponsored by the Newton County Farm Bureau Young Farmers. Newton County pre-k children learned about not only goats, but horses, cows and other farm animals. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

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These children from Newton College and Career Academy were happy to see Dixie the cow while enjoying their day of fun at the annual Farm Day event at Berry’ Christmas Tree Farm.

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This little pig was shown a lot of love on Friday morning, while the pre-k kids from Newton County took part in the annual Farm Day at Berry Christmas Tree Farm.

Fairview Elementary students, far left, Arianna Yang and Donrico Clark (checkered shirt) and the rest of their classmates enjoyed meeting and petting “Shorty” while at the annual Farm Day event held at Berry Christmas Tree Farm on Friday. Shorty, a pygmy goat, is full grown at 1 year of age and she loved getting all of the attention from the kids. The event is sponsored by the Newton County Farm Bureau Young Farmers. Newton County pre-k children learned about not only goats, but horses, cows and other farm animals. (Staff Photos: Julie Wells)

These children from Newton College and Career Academy were happy to see Dixie the cow while enjoying their day of fun at the annual Farm Day event at Berry’ Christmas Tree Farm.

This little pig was shown a lot of love on Friday morning, while the pre-k kids from Newton County took part in the annual Farm Day at Berry Christmas Tree Farm.

By Julie Wells