TOURS: Free Farm Tours include gathering eggs. May - July 2014 you will also get to play with and feed the goat kids. Tours are by appointment only. (Bring your own container if you would like to take a few eggs home with you.)
Raw Goat's Milk in the city. No need to drive long distances to experience the benefits of fresh sweet healthy raw milk. We have 3 beautiful LaMancha dairy goats that are milked daily. Become a shareholder and choose your level of participation on the farm. Shareholders also have priority to purchase fresh eggs as available. And, of course, we have lots of manure (free if you rake it) for the best gardening. Call to schedule a farm tour or milking class. Because of changes going on at the farm cheese and soap classes are not currently being scheduled. They will resume when farm life gets a little more settled.
We provide a micro farm experience in the City. Milk Goat Herd Shares, Goat/Chicken Manure Mix,and some Fresh Eggs.
Season: Year round
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 60
Full Share: $30 one-time share purchase plus maintenance fees starting at $4.50 per quarter share per week depending on your chosen level of participation.
1/2 Share: $7.50 per quarter share
Work Req? No
As a young college student looking for the health benefits of raw milk, Paula made the choice to milk SO EASY!
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