We aren't kidding about this!
Breeding has finished up around here and we are waiting for our NINE pregnant ladies to pop in the Spring. We expect to have somewhere around 25 baby goats between January and early April. It is going to be WAY too cute around here. Goat yoga (Now on the farm!) will commence sometime in March when the kids are big enough. Sign up under the CONTACT tab to be notified when you can start signing up for our Baby Goats & Yoga classes. We promise you it will be the most adorable and ridiculous yoga class you'll ever take.
We have been written up! Robin Berger, a yogi and writer, joined us for one of our last Baby Goats & Yoga classes this year along with Ottocina Ryan, owner and editor of the magazine, and Stephanie Plomarity, a photographer and new friend of ours. The article is beautiful! Get out there and find yourself a copy today! SB Life & Style. Read the article HERE!
Thank you to everyone who came to our Baby Goats & Yoga classes this year! We had so much fun with all of you an hope to see you at another class next year! Our kids are growing up fast and have all found their forever homes already. If you missed out, don't worry! We have already started breeding and should be resuming our yoga with goats classes with some brand new babies in February, 2018. Join our list (Click the contact tab) or follow us on instagram @oatsandivyfarm for updates on when the new babies will be born, events, and much much more. An extra special thank you goes out to our wonderful yoga instructors, Emily Smith, Lauren Hendricks, an Andrea Lapins as well as Amy Bisogni and Colin Brown, who graciously opened their home to let us make this dream a reality.
Winston, goofing around at Baby Goats & Yoga; Photo credit: Colin Brown
We are also excited to launch the first of our Goat Totes!
Click HERE to buy a tote for yourself and all of your goat loving friends.
As a bonus, we will donate 15% of all bag sales to animal rescue shelters in Southern California!
This first tote design features Boris who was born on the farm in February.