Goatilicious LLC - Goat Dairy
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    (Click on links to see step by step pictures and progress)

    07/23/16:
    We already
    bought some of the equipment we need for our dairy and will start on clearing the
    land in the next couple of weeks. Check back here for regular updates.

    07/27/16: Day I of
    clearing the land.

    10/06/2016: We ran into a lot of little problems the past couple of weeks and we finally reached
    the point that our plans can go on. Now we are waiting for a surveyor to come and after that
    construction should start.

    01/01/17: Everything has been delayed, and the dairy should have been up in October. All the
    problems have been solved and we ordered our building. However it will not be manufactured
    until the end of February. We are already in the middle of kidding season and need to build a
    birthing shed now since we have more goats then we have room right now. This is not an ideal
    situation, but we keep our spirit up and deal with the problems one at a time.

    02/20/17: Yesterday we had horrible storms that produced tornados in the area and our farm got
    hit by one that didn't touch down. We are having a lot of damage at our farm, shelters flattened,
    fences broken, numerous trees down or the top of trees twisted off and a hole in the roof of our
    house. It could have been worse since the major damage was right beside our main doe barn
    and also our kid barn in addition to our house. No animals were injured and we only had material
    damage that all can be replaced.

    02/23/17: Our building will be delivered next week, but we are still having delays with our
    foundation. As soon as the last engineering problems are taken care of we will have people out
    the next day to do the foundation. From that point forward it will go fast.

    April 2017: After all these months and many delays, we finally are starting construction.

    05/01/17: More delays, the plumber should have been here two weeks ago, but was waiting on
    parts. Now two weeks later, still no plumber... We hired a different company and hopefully things
    can go on from here. On a lighter note, the frames for the
    dairy foundation are done waiting on
    the plumber, and the hay storage foundation is almost done.

    Please contact us if you are interested in buying raw milk from
    the farm.  (830 620 5980)
    Our Vision:
    Phase I:
    Building the dairy, with a goat shelter, hay storage and an area where people can pick up eggs, milk,
    soap and our face and body creams.
    Breaking News:
    !!!We are building a dairy!!!
    Anyone that wants to help us out can
    donate here.  Every penny helps.
    If we get the money together, we will be able to sell milk and cheese here at our farm.
       Donate via paypal:                  
    in milk:

    write us:  drinkgoatmilk@aol.com

    or call:
    830 620 5980 (home phone)
    Delicious Farmstead soft and aged goat cheese
    We will be the only Dairy south of
    Dallas that sells aged hard cheeses,
    soft cheeses and also raw milk.
    01/30/17 all the goats came back negative for CAE, TB and