Beekman 1802 Live Goat Cam

Written by josh kilmer-purcell - March 09 2014

Comments

Shelby
February 11 2016

I would like to thank all those at Beekman who allow us to share in the lives of their goats. For those of us who enjoy watching them (and I know there are lots of us), you make us smile. Spreading a little happiness and sunshine around is always a good thing, and something as simple as a goat camera makes so many of our days just a little bit better. Thank you again!

Denise B
February 11 2016

Feeding baby goats is tough. Wish I lived closer I would come and help. :)

Dorothy Hayes
February 11 2016

Good Morning John.

Denise B
February 11 2016

Camera is up. Things are about to get really cute and sweet! Love, love, love these sweet little babies. Hope Farmer John is doing well and has a lot of help.

Judy Knoebel
February 10 2016

I think the camera is being moved to the “new kid” area of the barn where the babies will be kept and fed via the “nipple bucket”. Very cute can’t wait. Should be in place later this week!

Maureen
February 09 2016

Sue
Thank you for the information about the kids being removed from their mommas so soon after birth. I didn’t know about the disease. Last thing anyone of us want is for any of the babies to get sick or worse.

Sue
February 09 2016

They have said it will be back later this week. I don’t know why it is off for a week, but I do know it has been taken down in the past after people have been rude, demanding, or judgmental when they really don’t know anything about farming or raising farm animals. I think it was last year people were talking about how terrible it was that the babies were removed from their mothers so soon, when there is a good reason it is done, to protect the babies from a common disease in goats that these mothers can pass along in the milk. So I maybe when it does go back on people will remember that it can go away again if they aren’t nice about it. So far I haven’t seen of that here recently so hopefully once it is turned back on it will stay on for a while.

Nancy
February 08 2016

First year goat watcher. Will the goat cam be off till all the goats have delivered? I guess that could be at least 6 weeks or so. That would be a shame as I found myself checking in daily .

Krista
February 08 2016

I’m going thru goat withdrawal!
Hope the camera comes back sooner than later!
We were really enjoying watching the births!

Alison
February 08 2016

Yes Laurie, the babies are coming. Yesterday morning there was one birth and one baby was seen being carried off. Farmer John and another man were watching another momma who was I labor. Shortly after that, the camera switched to a view of an empty kid pen, then went offline. I guess the Mommas deserve some privacy at this time :) Can’t wait to see the kids!

Laurie
February 08 2016

Are the baby goats coming??? It’s near the time for them.

Maureen
February 08 2016

NOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Camera is MIA!!!!

Joanne
February 08 2016

Oh NO ! The camera is MIA. Hope all is well.

Allison
February 07 2016

The babies are coming!!

Lori
February 06 2016

Looking for Polka Spot today … love that llama

Sybby
February 04 2016

I just upgrade to Windows 10 but I still can’t get a video flow. Chrome does not work for me. I wish there was another way to get the stream video? In any case, I see the goats are maybe being thinned out because of due dates for kids? It is almost time for the “Kid Parade” !! Like Brett said “The Barn for Unwed Mothers” is beginning to look toward spring kids! I am watching!

Lori
February 02 2016

Okay, it’s official. I am in love with the llama! Totally obsessed! What an adorable face!

Lori
January 30 2016

Whew! Thanks, Nancy. I KNEW I was okay. I love the llama – cute as can be!

Nancy Lee
January 29 2016

Oh dear. The camera has been knocked cockeyed again. I sure wish they could find a way to keep the birds from crashing into it and making it crooked so we can get a better view of the goats and PS. Maybe as the kids are being born, the camera can get repositioned back to the way it was when I started watching – when we had a great view of the eating area and the goats waiting to be miled and Farmer John pitching the hay/feed into the pen. Fingers crossed that it gets straightened out.

Barbara Davison
January 29 2016

I hear sawing! They must be building the special pens for the babies…can’t wait!

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