My photos of the Harley Farms Goat Dairy
season lasts from February until June)
If you're interested
in visiting them, click here to go to the official
Harley Farms web site.
The Harley Farms dairy produces almost everything they use
to the edible flowers that they decorate the cheeses with.
They have many goats. The population is changing
daily now during the birthing season.
If you are careful not to hurt them, they'll let you pick up
the baby goats (kids).
Hey - that's
They are not odorous (unlike adult male goats).
They really enjoy cuddling (so does my friend, Jan).
Obviously, they're begging to be hugged.
They're as soft as a cat when they're young.
Some of them have little neck thingies which are called
tonsils. Yes, really.
This one is my favorite - beautiful coloring and floppy ears.
They call her "Hoodie" because she looks like she's wearing a
Goats' pupils are horizontal.
This curious little kid poked her head through the fence for
a little petting.
The tour guide showed us this tiny 3-day-old kid.
Here's one of the goat caretakers. He's mighty popular
with the kids.
There are a few other animals on the farm besides the
Here, mom-goat was hanging out with a finch.
Bart the Llama thinks he's a large goat and he diligently
watches over the kids
Isn't he handsome!
He loves the kids and the kids love him!
When they say "free range chickens" they mean it. They
run all around the garden
Unfortunately, they only have one turkey and he thinks he's a
to read the story of
turkey and Willamina
But really, Harley Farm is about the charming goats.
After a long afternoon's hugging, here's one pooped out kid.
If you're interested in
visiting them, click here to go to the official Harley
Farms web site.
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