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Yoga with goats is something my daughter wanted to do. I can see why. It was fun breathing and stretching with goat shenanigans going on all around you. The staff is caring and committed and it was fun to relax, spend time with the animals,...More
Definitely the best family activity in a long time-Goat Yoga!
It was sweet, funny and memorable for everyone. Peter the owner could not have been nicer. The yoga instructor, Heather, was a wonderful teacher!!! If I lived closer, I would definitely attend her ‘regular’ yoga...More
I took my daughter's because they are into soaps and creams. We all loved the animals outside! Inside we saw the baby goats who "do yoga." Although we didn't participate in the yoga, a few gals were leaving from a session. They said it was...More
This is a small goat farm that also has other "adopted" animals - even a pair of peacocks. When you first pull up, you will see the goats outside in their pen. Walk around the pen and into the barn to see younger goats as...More
Peter (owner) loves his animals! Besides the goats, all the animals at this farm are rescue animals. The chickens are all free range, so sometimes there are eggs for sale.
The latest thing here is 'yoga with goats' - do a youtube or google search...More
From lotions, to soaps, to chapsticks.... this place has it all. Visit the goats and other animals. Follow them on Facebook t learn of new babies, then go to the ship and play with the babies. So friendly. The products cannot be beat. Putting down...More
I wanted some place unique as one of the training destinations for students at Sig Sauer, so I chose Jenness Farm. I am glad I did! The farm is definitely unique and so very charming. I was able to get a head start on my...More
I take my grandchildren to this farm often. The farmers spoil their animals and because of this, they're used to being handled and are super friendly. If you time your visit when there are babies, you can even bottle feed them. The farm store smells...More