Come to the farm to spend time learning about the goats and other animals, petting the baby goats and enjoy spending time on the farm. Come anytime during the time frame and date we have scheduled below and stay for as long as you like. Join in on a guided educational tour at 11am if you would like.
We will have our goat milk products, as well as snacks and water for visitors to purchase. Admission $10 per person. Children 2 and under are free. Please check below for list of scheduled dates!
TICKETS WILL NOT BE MAILED. A COPY OF YOUR RECEIPT ON YOUR PHONE OR A PRINT OUT OF YOUR RECEIPT ARE YOUR TICKET.
2020 GOAT FARM EXPERIENCE & TOUR DATES
THE SATURDAY DATES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE ARE:
SAT, 12/5 10am to 1pm
On all mornings listed above we do a tour at 11am
Check back for more dates!
Note about weather- events will be subject to cancelation if there is a high probability of rain. But rain checks and rescheduling will be offered. In order to accomplish social distancing we need sunny days so we all have room to enjoy the outdoor space and animals! Please let us know if you have any questions!
THE FARM TOUR STARTS AT 11am ON SATURDAYS
WE WILL CONTINUE TO BE OPEN FOR GOAT PETTING AFTER THE TOUR. THE TOUR WILL LAST ABOUT 45MINUTES TO 1 HOUR
"Is it Rain or Shine?" The goats are in a covered barn But if We’ve had heavy amounts of rain or heavy rain is forecasted we may choose to be closed. We care about the safety of visitors and our animals and If we Decide to cancel a scheduled date we will post on our Facebook and Instagram page, as well as update our website. Rain checks will be issued.
"If I miss the date I originally picked could I use my ticket at another scheduled date?" Yes
"Do you mail the ticket?" All you need is a print off of your email receipt showing you paid or to show us a screen grab of your confirmation email.
"What clothing should I wear?" Whatever you are comfortable in depending on the season, in wet weather it is helpful to wear rain boots or other washable shoes.
"Is this event for children only?" No, we have people of all ages visit during Kid Cuddling. Baby goats are called Kids. e