The barn is way too small to live in. It's for plastic horses.
The goats are real. Theodosia, the momma, is about 3' tall and 4' long. My grand daughter now has 5 goats total, plus about 15 chickens and a couple of guinea hens. The guinea hens are wandering free on the farm and eating the tics and other insects. They are doing a great job so far. Before their arrival it was quite easy to find tics on you after being in one of the fields. Now you can walk in the same places with no fear of tics getting on you. She lets the chickens loose in the yard, but pens them up at night. The guinea hens roost in the low trees at night and don't eat much, likely because of all of the tics and insects that they are consuming.
Central North Carolina