Twice a day, Dan Agundez leads a parade at his rural Modesto home. Rather than marching bands and floats, though, the lineup includes Lily, Theresa and Reba McIntyre goats he and his wife, Sue, raise in their barn.
Each morning and afternoon, Agundez heads out to the pen where the goats are kept and lets them out. The goats have the routine down and follow Agundez through the yard to his field, and then to his neighbor's field.
The couple typically keep eight goats, though that number has risen to 14 in recent weeks as some have given birth including two sets of triplets.
There are more babies on the way; Reba McEntire, for one, is pregnant. The goat herd started small, with just two members.
"It started a few years ago when we let a friend keep his goats here," Sue Agundez, right, said. Those two, Bonnie and Clyde, remain on the property, along with Lucy, Shaggy, Chica and more.
They won't ever appear on a dinner plate.
"I don't even eat goat," Sue Agundez said. "These are all pets."