Goat Chills: Safe and Fun for the Family
Family groups of up to nine people now have the opportunity to get out of the house, and have a Goat Chill—hanging out with our amazing, sociable mamas and baby goats in a pasture setting. (Recent research shows virus exposure is very low during outdoor activities; see our note below about safety precautions.)
Children as well as adults usually enjoy feeding our herd. We encourage visitors to bring goat snacks which include banana peels, apples, any type of lettuce and carrots. Unlike dogs, goats do not like to be petted, but we have never seen them turn down a good back scratch. To get an up-close and personal goat experience—and plenty of pictures to prove it!
Those who come early in the season may participate in the Baby Naming Contest for any new kids on the block. We are still waiting for two more mamas to give birth.
Our Goat Chills are dependent on weather patterns.
When the weather's nice, you can Chill in the Pasture.
In inclement weather, there are still opportunities to Chill in our covered Goat Pen.
$40.00 for first two visitors
$10 for each additional visitor
There is a limit of 9 visitors for each chill.
Chase Quickpay and Zelle are preferred. For credit card payments, a $3.00 fee will be added.
All participants are required to wear masks and practice social distancing. Seating will be provided.
Welcome the change of seasons by relaxing with our goats—mamas and babies— in a unique urban-yet-bucolic setting. It's a great way to celebrate the warmer weather with your pals and/or family members of all ages.