People tend to check in during these times:
Spend time feeding and petting more than 200 goats at the farm; then take the memories home with a round of your favorite type of chevre.
Try the lavender and honey cheese.
Great cheeses to buy!
The ricotta is amazing!
Take a tour of the farm!
Come in late March and see the babies
Make sure and try the berry nectar
Go snuggle a goat.
The whole experience is not to be missed! The tour is absolutely amazing!!
The honey lavender chevre is absolutely delish!
Cranberry walnut goat cheese is great!
Try the lavender honey chevre. Yum!
Don't miss the gift shop! They have lavender goat cheese and habanero infused olive oil!
Don't buy the salad dressing. It is really expensive.
My boys got a kick out of the 100 7-day old baby goats, they were just introduced to hay and my boys fed them. So fun, the baby goats were adorable!!
You must book the tour online. And they are full for the next month.
A Disneyland version of a goat farm. Yuppy friendly
Lavender and Honey is delicious, my all time favorite is the apricot though. Picked up some fresh feta today too! Really want to go to a Farm Dinner here.
We love the cheese (and ravioli), the oh-so-friendly goats & the terrific guides. There were some young families & the goats were great with the kids (no pun intended)! Definitely a 5 meow experience!
Great and educational. Our whole family loved it. Take the tour but call ahead for reservations
All of the cheeses are amazing. I am a big fan of the lavender & honey chevre, chive chevre, chevre in olive oil & salty feta. The baby goats are born in spring!
Honey and lavender Cheese is da bomb! Pick some goat soap home and your skin will thank you <3
Artistically flavored goat cheese, country bread for sampling, all so quaint. Ask for special dinner, it's out of this world.