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Open Barn Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend and weekends in Feb, Mar.
We close out our long milking season with a “visiting day ” on Thanksgiving weekend. Late in the season, the does should again be bred, and slowly “drying off” at the end of their 9-10 month lactation. The spring “kids” will be teenagers by now, and while no longer cuddly, still are enthusiastic to have visitors’ attention. Its a good time for a long walk in the woods following the weekend’s feasting.
Lunch & Tour
Are you curious about a goat dairy farm and/or a country bed and breakfast? Need a break from the city? Need a nice place to hold a lunch meeting? We will provide the lunch made of local seasonal foods and combine that with a tour of the dairy and the B&B Inn. The cost is $15/person with a minimum of 15 people or $225. We can accomodate your group for this price on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Details.
Celebrity Inn and Goat Dairy is a unique bed and breakfast, in part because of the goats in residence. The buildings date to the 1820s, and include six guest rooms. Hosts Brit and Fleming Pfann are proud of their Modern Greek Revival farmhouse and original settler’s log cabin. Celebrity Dairy uses traditional French farmstead methods to transform milk from Alpine does into quality chevre, which is sold locally to markets, stores, and restaurants. Guests are welcome to learn the art of milking goats at Celebrity Dairy. Breakfast is always the most important part of the farm day-omelets or frittatas and fresh-baked breads or muffins served with goat cheese and homemade preserves. An invigorating hike is an ideal activity following breakfast, anywhere through the sprawling 200 acres of mixed hardwood forest full of birds and wildlife. An alternative is the special weaving studio, complete with a spinning wheel and loom. Children are welcome at this “Goat Hilton.”