Adobe Farm

We are a small Nubian Dairy Goat farm, raising purebred, registered Nubians. Our animals are disease-free, parasite-free, and well cared for. All babies are hand-reared and bottle-fed. This is especially important for disease prevention in does, but also for easy handling of our goats. They are friendly and tame.

We are also cheese makers - all kinds. ADOBE FARM ALSO JUST WON AN AWARD AT THE 2012 ADGA CHEESE COMPETITION WITH OUR RAW GOAT MILK CHEDDAR !! Please make arrangements via e-mail or telephone to visit us; we'll give you a taste. We also garden in a very specific way - our 'circle garden' method will increase yields in very small spaces.

Please study our web site and learn about some of the aspects of conscientious goat-keeping. OUR NEW BLOG SITE will give additional information about our farm activities - www.adobefarm.wordpress.com. We are dedicated to creating the best possible environment for our animals and are particularly interested in teaching our methods.

Our hand-woven baskets are very unique. We have an eclectic assortment of baskets (Market Basket, Bean Pot, Apple Basket, Hearth Basekt, etc.)

We also produce very nice paper goods - gift cards, calendars, art prints - either farm-related or other genres. Our web site - www.asrugweaver.com - gives additional information about our weaving, spinning, and art activities (the shopping cart is still under construction, but call us for specific information. This web site should be complete by end of Summer). There will be periodical workshops, etc., which we will announce from time to time.

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Listing last updated on May 1, 2013

We are a small Nubian Dairy Goat farm where we raise purebred, registered animals. Contact us and make arrangements to visit our farm. We will offer you a taste of our farm-fresh cheeses, and possibly a piece of German cheese cake made with Quark, the original cheese cake filling!

Dr. Ken Spaeth, PhD, is a soil, land, and plant scientist who is always willing to lend a hand at helping anyone with their farming endeavors.

Come and help feed new babies! OUR BLOG SHOWS FARM UPDATES!



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