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A Joyful Noise Farm
9895 Walker Road
Black Forest, CO 80908
Phone: 719 357-9410
Contact: Craig McHugh
Having a desire to live a simpler life, our family of four moved to Black Forest, Colorado. We purchased our land and have set out on a journey to become as self-sufficient and sustainable as possible on our 10 acres. We now raise our own beef, pork, chicken (layers & meat), turkeys, goats (dairy & meat) and produce. All of our animals are raised on pasture and we supplement their diet with a certified organic feed that contains NO corn, soy or GMOs. Feel free to stop by for a visit and we will show you around the farm.
Capering Goat Dairy
5012 Valhalla Dr.
Boulder, CO 80301
Contact: Margaret Hollander
Driving Directions: Boulder County near Boulder Reservoir entrance gate. Travel north on 51st from Jay Rd., turn left (west) on Valhalla Dr., 3rd house on left on the corner of Valhalla and Thor. Products Offered: Raw goat milk. Farm Description: We live on one acre in Boulder County. The dairy herd currently consists of eight does; 3 Nubians, 2 Saaens and 3 La Manchas. We have about 20 laying hens and some years we raise chickens for meat. There is also a vegetable garden for our use. Farm Management Philosophy:
I have a deep respect for the goats. I’m committed to meeting their needs and they in turn contribute high quality milk. I keep them healthy and content by paying attention to them individually, giving them good clean feed, comfortable living conditions, including plenty of room to exercise, shelter and dry bedding, regular routine, fresh water, appropriate grooming and natural health care. I use herbal and Homeopathic medicines on the goats when needed.
Only when necessary do I use antibiotic treatment. (Milk withdrawal is closely monitored in the case of antibiotic use.) They eat unsprayed alfalfa, organic grain and have access to pasture. Generally I will plan to freshen the does in March and have them dried off during January and February.
Caramel Apple Farm
5690 S. Tom Bay Ct.
Bennett, CO 80102
Contact: Denise Hopkins
Caramel Apple Farm is a family owned and operated Raw Goat’s Milk Dairy. We are located just 11 miles east of Aurora off Quincy Rd. We take great pride in offering the highest quality unpasteurized goats milk to our herdshare families. We accomplish this high standard by first starting off with exceptional, healthy dairy goats! Then add in a diet of grass and alfalfa hay as well as choice grains (soy-free), combine this with clean milking procedures and finish up by wrapping it all in love and commitment . That is how it’s done at this farm. In addition to all that, we also test our milk once a month to make sure all is going as planned. Our herd is tested TB and Brucellosis free.
Our farm also offers Eggs, Homemade Goat Milk Soap, Lotions, Lip balm, and Laundry soap and occasionally we have Cheeses (when we have extra milk). Please check out our website for more information. Life really is a little sweeter here, thanks to the Lord.
NOTE: WE ARE ADDING SHARES AVAILABLE SPRING 2014! PLEASE CONTACT US TO RESERVE YOURS.
PO Box 399
Fruita, CO 81521
Contact: Chalab Ez
Approximate location and driving directions: We are located between Grand Junction and Fruita, North of I-70. To get to the farm, take 23 Road North from 6&50 or I-70. Follow 23 Road until it turns into L Road. Once on L Road, go about 1/2 mile to Signal Rock Road and turn North. Then take the first left which is Signal Rock Ct. Once you get to the cul-de-sac, follow the main gravel driveway for a 1/4 of a mile to the farm. Please call before coming.
;Products offered: Raw goat milk ;About our Place: We are on 37 acres on which we have Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Alpine Goats and a few mixed breed goats. The goats eat grass/alfalfa hay and the does have year round access to pasture. We use as little intervention as necessary. We do not feed our animals soy or corn products. Milking does receive a small amount of black oil sunflower seeds, linseed meal and cane molasses when milked but no starchy grains. All goats have access to mineral blocks. We are going to try to milk year-round if the goats cooperate.