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About Us

In 2007 we got our first dairy goat, Birdie, & she had a little buckling, Robin. On hands and knees in a tiny range shelter assisting the delivery, Angelia fell in love with goat herding. Over the past decade and a half, she has been learning how to raise goats & breed for quality. Our herd has grown. We now have Miniature Nubian dairy goats, Cashmere & rare breed Arapawa goats in our herd.

A few years after the goats came the bees. Kevin became an avid beekeeper. We began selling goat milk soap, honey, beeswax salves & candles at historical reenactments, adding a third area of interest, 18th & 19th century living history.

We consider our west central Indiana farm a learning farm, as it has nurtured our children and ourselves, teaching us so many life lessons & enabling us to grow & thrive. We hope to share with our community, not only our animals & products, but our passions!

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