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Adorable Tiny Goats Are Super Excited For Lunch

12/11/2016 12:56 EST | Updated 12/11/2016 12:56 EST

These pygmy goats could not be more happy to be fed.

A visitor to Mostly Minis farm in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley captured this adorable video of kids wagging their tails in excitement for feeding time.

The farm breeds the tiny animals for pets or for milk production.

Watch the kids happily enjoying their snack above.

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    Goats foraging for food in a tree, Morocco.
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    Goats climb an Argan tree 25 May 2006 in search of the tree's bitter fruits, near Taroudant. The Argan (Argania spinosa) is endemic to the semi-desert region of south-western Morocco. The species grows to a hight of 8 to 10 metres and lives up to 200 years. Arganeraie forests span some 800,000 hectares and are designated by UNESCO as a Biosphere reserve. (Abdelhak Senna/AFP/Getty Images)
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    Goats climb an Argan tree 25 May 2006 in search of the tree's bitter fruits, near Taroudant. The Argan (Argania spinosa) is endemic to the semi-desert region of south-western Morocco. The species grows to a hight of 8 to 10 metres and lives up to 200 years. Arganeraie forests span some 800,000 hectares and are designated by UNESCO as a Biosphere reserve. (Abdelhak Senna/AFP/Getty Images)
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    Goat in Tree, Morocco
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    Goat (Capra hircus) feeding on argan tree (Argania spinosa), Southwest Area, Morocco
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    This photo taken on August 26, 2012, shows goats climbing up an Argan tree to its fruit, near Essaouira. (Fadel Senna/AFP/Getty Images)
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    Black goats in an Argan tree
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    Goats on an Argan tree eating fruits near Essaouira. (Raquel Maria Carbonell Pagola/LightRocket/Getty Images)
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    Morocco Goats
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    Climbing goats near Tafraoute.