As of September 2, GlennArt Farm will be closed until January 2024. At that time, family and friend groups will have the opportunity to get out of the house, and have a Goat Chill—hanging out with our amazing, sociable mamas and baby goats, either in a pasture setting, or in our backyard (depending on the weather and the time of the year).
For 2024 we have five mini goats who need friends to visit. Frodo and Pip are big little guys, Manolo loves peoiple more than goats, and Frida and Franny are tiny girls with attitude. Pull up a rocking chair in the barn or side pen and cuddle a kid.
Children as well as adults usually enjoy feeding our herd. Feeding these baby boys happens three times a day. Until April , these tiny kids will only be able to drink milk and begin to eat hay. Unlike dogs, goats do not like to be petted, but we have never seen them turn down a good back scratch. Enjoy an up-close and personal goat experience—and take plenty of pictures to prove it!
Times: Our Goat Chills are dependent on weather patterns. We take Mondays/Tuesdays off, but can accommodate special requests.
When the weather's pleasant, you can Chill in the pasture. In inclement weather, there are still opportunities to Chill in our covered Goat Pen or their barn (formerly our garage)
Pricing: $40.00 for first two visitors $10 for each additional visitor Chase Quickpay and Zelle or Venmo are preferred. For credit card payments, a $3.00 fee will be added.
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.