Jon Pardi Welcomes Goats Named for Country Legends to His Nashville Farm

His pets, dubbed "Pardi Animals," include two goats named Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash

Life has yet to slow down for Capitol Nashville-signed singer-songwriter Jon Pardi. Though quarantined, 2020 still saw his album Heartache Medication achieve being nominated for Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association Awards. As well, his Pardi Time digital series is airing digitally via CMT. However, back at home on his Nashville farm, he’s also — via his two new pet goats named Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash — staying busy on the homefront, too.

In a recent Instagram post, he introduced the world to Johnny and June, as well as many of the rest of his self-proclaimed “Pardi Animals,” including two brown cows named Holly and Kyle, plus a white cow named Opal joking, “Your dreams are coming true.” He continued, “Kyle is working his way to hamburger meat,” as the performer fed his animals. Humorously, his video ends with leaving an empty bucket of feed on June’s head.

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