Goat Boat Farm is excited to offer baby goat yoga for the summer.  Classes will be held one weekday evening a week, Saturdays, and Sundays starting June 17th.  Classes are held outside surrounded by forest and grazing sheep.

 Our classes are taught by Stormie, a local organic farmer, Yogini, and Reiki practitioner.  She received her 200hr RYT at the Yandara Yoga Institute in Mexico and has been integrating yoga and farming ever since.  Classes will focus on creating a fun and relaxing experience for both humans and goats!  We keep our class size small, 10-15 people, ensuring everyone gets some one on one time with the kids. 

Saturday and Sunday sessions last approximately 3 hours and include an introduction to the goats and our farm, an hour of yoga with the babies, a flower crown to wear during yoga, iced tea service, a light locally grown lunch, and a flower bouquet to take home. 

Weekday evening classes start at 5:30pm and include an hour of yoga with baby goats.

Space is limited and reservations are required.  

Register here; https://www.eventbrite.com/e/baby-goat-yoga-tickets-35227289772

 

Coffee, Sugar, Flour, and Tobacco;

We have been told, by our land's previous owners, those were the only four consumed goods that their parents purchased.  Everything else that family of seven ate came from our 15 acres.  They raised a wide variety of animals for meat and milk, cultivated a large garden patch, and orchard.  Built a canning room and filled it with thousands of jars, and froze and dried many goods to keep for winter.  

Perhaps, they were exaggerating slightly when they said just four items were purchased.  However, the more time we devote to rebuilding soil, pastures, and the orchard the more we can imagine living off this land (someday).      

 

Goat Boat Farms began in 2014 when we (Jon and Nicole) started the slow process of restoring what was once a thriving homestead.  Our initial goals involved mostly clearing land and rebuilding soil with the intent to grow flowers and food.   We were faced with years of Himalayan blackberry (to the point that whole building existed we didn't know of)  The obvious choice for clearing was goats, and our future changed the day the first four arrived.....      

We can be reached at Nicole@goatboatfarm.com

 

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Flowers

 
 

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Bouquets

Special events

 
 
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The goats

 
 

Our herd of dairy goats help us clear land, give us an abundance of delicious milk, and provides constant entertainment (we refer to it as 'goat tv')

 

 
 
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The Boat

She's big, she's old, she's got potential  

 
 
 
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Completely rewiring our 1920 farmhouse meant we were left with a surplus of copper wire.  Instead of recycling the copper, we were inspired to remake it into something new. 

Shaping, hammering, and soldering the wire quickly became my favorite way to spend the winter months.  Find our jewelry at the Lucky Dumpster in Edison, at the various markets we attend, and at our Etsy page; Goat Boat Jewelry.

 

Meat

 
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We raise pigs and sheep for meat  

We care greatly for our animals, and take pride in ENSURING they live HEALTHY happy lives.  They spend their days outside on lush pastures and are fed a local organic scratch and peck feed in addition to garden scraps.  

(we are lucky to have two organic farms in our neighborhood who supply us with lots of extra produce)

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