At Hartley Farm in Pescadero there is not only a shop for goat cheese and their accompaniments, like habanero jelly, you can also look at the goats that give their milk for this deliciousness. This award-winning cheese converted my husband, who’s goal for 2018 was not to eat any goat cheese, to agree to buy a tub to take home with us.
We came here to see some farm life, inspired by the movie documentary: Our biggest little farm.
Currently there are 106 baby goats. I’m not sure if the count is correct, because we saw three baby goats in the pen with the pregnant goats, and the mom licking them clean. So, I guess we missed the birth by mere minutes.
It was a delight to see the two week old goats play in their playpen. Not all 106 of them, just about ten in each of the two pens.
You can also peek into the milking station and the place where they make the yummy goat cheese.
Are you a goat cheese lover?
If you like farms maybe consider Ardenwood a historic farm in Fremont.