Beekman 1802 Live Goat Cam

Written by josh kilmer-purcell - March 09 2014

Comments

Jean
May 27 2015

Well said Sue!!! Thank you! I hope they see that comment…

Sue
May 18 2015

Thanks, Josh, Brent, John and Brendan for all your hard work with the kids and letting us be a part of the adventure. Looking forward to watching them grow up in their new digs. Have a great summer!

Cathy Johnson
May 26 2015

Thank you for the video of the goats/kids. My husband grew up on a small farm and loved watching the kids. Looking forward to more
fun next season.

Laurie
May 20 2015

This was my first season watching the baby goats, It was awesome. Can hardly wait for the camera to be back up and see what’s next.

Miss Patty
May 20 2015

It would be fun to see the kids first time outside. A little clip on Facebook would be great to share with all your followers. I know how busy the farm is, just a thought.<3

susan
May 19 2015

All gone…..in the barn and on the cam…….but what a wonderful journey! May you all be blessed on the farm with many happy years ahead. Hope to visit soon!

Maureen
May 19 2015

I’m looking forward not only to seeing the kids out and about, but also the antics of one Miss Polka Spot!

Flo
May 18 2015

I’am happy that those goats will be able to graze soon hurry up and get their new surroundings ready I will miss not seeing them for a while good luck

Sue
May 18 2015

Thanks, Josh, Brent, John and Brendan for all your hard work with the kids and letting us be a part of the adventure. Looking forward to watching them grow up in their new digs. Have a great summer!

Maureen
May 17 2015

The camera is upside down.

Miss Patty
May 17 2015

Boy the kids have been having a ball with that camera! I’m amazed it’s still hanging there! :) <3

Cathy Johnson
May 16 2015

Interesting pictures but I can still hear the goats.

Lucy in RI
May 15 2015

It must be Whitey’s job to neutralize the camera so they can make a break for it!

Allison
May 15 2015

That white goat has been rotating the camera for the last couple days. I am convinced they know the humans are watching and she’s trying to make everyone crazy with the rotations! Such characters. I enjoy watching but I think they are getting stir crazy and could use some time outdoors. <3

Maureen
May 15 2015

The goats are upside down.

Miss Patty
May 14 2015

Sorry Brendan for spelling your name wrong. we can’t be perfect all the time. I know he has left. It was just a joke! I think we all know how hard Farmer John works. I’m sure he will miss those extra set of hands. :) <3

Sue
May 14 2015

In case anyone has not heard, Brendan graduated and his internship is over, he is moving on to other things and is no longer at the farm. John now has to take care of and milk 130 Adult goats as well as all the babies and the grounds of the farm without another full time person to help. I am sure he will do the best he can but his work taking care of the animals will come first, of coarse. Thank you John!

Miss Patty
May 14 2015

BRANDON!!!!!!!!!!!!

Maureen
May 14 2015

What’s up with the camera? It needs to be adjusted so you don’t feel like you’re looking down a hole.

Luanne
May 13 2015

Camera totally cockeyed, some little kid has been very busy!

Sheila
May 13 2015

At the moment the white goat is busily licking the camera lens….they need to get outside!

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