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Beekman 1802 Live Goat Cam

Posted by Aaron Guldager on


The Beekman Live Goat Cam is provided free of charge to viewers. Due to our rural location, we lose power more frequently than most homes. When we lose power, there is no internet connection. (We don't like it anymore than you do.) And when we're traveling we may not be able to restart the camera until we return, which can be several days or up to two weeks. (Farmer John has his hands more-than-full running the farm, so we don't ask him to handle tech issues also.) Please be patient and polite when the camera isn't working or has been knocked out of place. Also, while we encourage y'all to chat with each other in the comment section, if you need to alert us to something regarding the goat cam, please leave a message on our Facebook page or contact someone at beekman1802@beekman1802.com. We don't check this page often (we go out to the barn and check in on the goats in person.) Thanks, and enjoy the goats!

To make goat cam full-screen, click on the full-screen symbol on the bottom right of the camera window.

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  • Good morning, everyone :)Thank you, Pasha B. I did not know that farmer John had suffered from arthritis and had gone through a surgery to have a hip replacement. Wow, farmer John is a hero, he really is. I hope you have a wonderful out of town Christmas trip. Also, thank you, Barbara, Norma, Suzanne, and each one of you for all your comments and for giving us every update about the life of our dear goats, and all animals at farmer John’s and Beekman 1802 amazing farm. Have a wonderful week everyone!

    Elizabeth on

  • Kitty looking out yonder

    Barbara on

  • Hi Pasha glad you were able to view marathon . Thanks again farmer John. I hope TINY DANCER kicks off her dancing shoes for awhile.

    Barbara on

  • Kitty sitting in window again this morning

    Norma G on

  • Thank you, farmer John, for turning over the camera. If we’re lucky, maybe Tiny Dancer won’t notice. I think farmer John is the real hero on this farm. He is so faithful in taking care of all the animals in the barn, and he does a lot of hard work in other areas of the farm. A few years ago, he said he had very serious arthritis and he had to have hip replacement surgery. They took care of him during his rehab and recovery, but it must hurt at times when he is carrying those bales of hay. I hope the best for him and his family who live nearby. I made his Christmas cookies from the community cookbook, and they are delicious. I’ll be out of town for Christmas, so I am going to miss seeing our little goat friends. Thank you, Barbara, for clueing all of us in on how to tune in to YouTube. I was able to watch the marathon. Love all of the comments from all over the country.

    Pasha B on

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