Beekman 1802 Live Goat Cam

Written by josh kilmer-purcell - March 09 2014

Comments

luanne
May 02 2016

Thanks Allison-I checked it out and it is great. Did everyone see the note above re the camera at 1802? Thanks to all at Beekman!

Allison
May 01 2016

I know we’re all missing the goats, so I thought I’d let y’all in on something else I found. There is a farm in Maine called Sunflower Farm Creamery, and they also have a live goat cam. I have seen some of their Mommas give birth online and they show both moms and babies! Just something fun to watch while we patiently wait the return of Farmer John’s girls!

Ann Marie
May 01 2016

I really hope your right Sue. I always started my day with the goat and ended the day checking on them. It was really a help to calm down before bed. I think a lot of followers are missing the Cam know it’s free and so thankful to Farmer John, Josh and Brent for allowing it to happen. So a really BIG THANK YOU for sharing!!!

Sue
April 30 2016

I would be surprised if it wasn’t back this month. The Garden Party is Memorial Day weekend and I would bet it would be back up before then. Fingers crossed.

Liz
April 30 2016

Missing the goat camera. Can you put up a cam some place on the farm for us city gals to enjoy ?

Sue
April 28 2016

Kandi, I just read your post about your dog. I don’t know how i missed it before. I am so sorry! I hope it is back soon. Losing a pet you have loved that long is like losing a member of the family. I can understand how watching the goats could distract you and make you smile a little.

Susan Albetski
April 21 2016

Sometimes they just need to get things done that are not pretty or fun to watch, too. Farming is not for the faint of heart, and animals need medical care and procedures, warming, vaccinations sometimes, disbudding (removing the horns so farmer and fellow goats don’t get hurt) , and who knows what else. Sometimes you just don’t want to be watched all the time or have to explain why. We just need to be patient, as hard as that is. :)

Kandi
April 21 2016

Thank you for the update Sue. My mother and I sure miss them. We lost our little dog of 15 years and the house is so empty now, when we can watch the goats it just brings a little life back. Again, thank you.

Sue
April 20 2016

I did ask the boys on their Facebook page but I only got “we are working on it”. I have learned that this means we will turn it back on when we are darned good and ready, lol. Last year it was off for quite a while. Weeks, maybe a couple of months, although its hard to remember now. I am almost sure it was back on by the Garden Party Memorial Day weekend.

Dorothy
April 19 2016

Baby goat cam, please come back soon! We miss you!

Kandi
April 19 2016

Does anyone know when the cam is going to be up again? I do miss watching the goats they are so much fun.

Betty
April 14 2016

Love the babies, luv the boys and farmer John and the products???

regina hunter
April 13 2016

have you found a name for the baby calf yet? If not I feel I have a wonderful name for her.

Please advise

HAVE A BLESS evening

regina hunter
April 13 2016

have you found a name for the baby calf yet? If not I feel I have a wonderful name for her.

Please advise

HAVE A BLESS evening

Ann Marie
April 13 2016

I notice the cam is down are they changing the cam back to the adult goats? I read that the last of the kids were born so I was wondering? I know there is a lot of work involved on the farm so I’ll just keep checking Love everyone

Bridget HArker
April 08 2016

I am sitting at my desk on a cold snowy April day……and then I came upon your live goat cam. Thank you for putting a smile on my face!

Kimberly
April 08 2016

This is the best thing ever! Thank you for sharing :)

Sue
April 06 2016

Well, kid season is probably over now. The last group were due over the weekend, so unless he has a stubborn one still holding out, that is it. The red collars are new this year and I asked John about them earlier in the season. That indicates a kid that is reserved for someone, either John himself or someone else. Yes, some of those hands were likely mine, lol. I made sure I got a healthy dose of baby goat kisses. If you ever get the chance to go, take advantage of it. Its a fun day of stopping into the Mercantile, catching up with Josh and Brent, Brunch at the American Hotel, and then the farm with John, Polka Spot and lots of baby goat kisses. So worth the trip. :)

Susan
April 06 2016

New kids in the pen today. The last group was so “frisky”. Hope they went to great homes.

cathy
April 06 2016

Hi Sue. I was watching on Sunday and I assume one of the hands petting the kids was yours. I am so jealous. Thank you for giving Farmer John my hug. I’m sure you have the answer to the red collars the kids are wearing today. Thank you for keeping us informed.

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