Lady Sues For A Goat Paternity Test...No Really.

A Florida woman has filed a lawsuit seeking a paternity test on her goats.


Kris Hedstrom filed the suit against her neighbor, Heather Dayner, seeking DNA for the goats she purchased. Hedstrom paid Dayner $900 for five Nigerian dwarf goats.

The goats, Bella, Gigi, Rosie, Zelda and Margoat, could not be registered with the American Dairy Goat Association.

Dayner, typically provides information to her clients so they can register their animals themselves and that the father goat was registered. The American Dairy Goat Association rejected Hedstrom’s application because Dayner is not an active member.

Proving paternity requires about 40 of the father goat's hair follicles for a DNA test.

Hedstrom wrote Dayner a letter requesting the DNA, but Dayner offered to refund the money in exchange for the goats.

Hedstrom called police on her for three months and trespassed on her farm. Dayner has yet to respond to the lawsuit.

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