Watch a Live Evening Feeding at Indian Springs Ranch

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    Things have changed drastically in the world, but on the beautiful Indian Springs Ranch just outside of Austin in Manchaca, the animals are blissfully unaware. We’ve become regular viewers of their live-streamed evening feedings and it’s a great thing to do with the kids, or just by yourself to zen out and thing about something else for a minute.

    Tune into their Instagram daily at 6:30 p.m. to watch these guys come running for their grub. It’s cute, it’s calming—it’s everything you need right now.

     

     

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