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Beekman 1802 Live Goat Cam

Posted by Brent Ridge 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 any more 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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  • Sue, you are so right! I breastfed my son and when he stopped feeding in the night I was in extreme pain. I cried it hurt so bad. Sounds like we are more like animals than one would think. I, too, need a goat fix each day. It is soothing to me to watch these goats. I also bought a cleansing soap this week for me to try. Looking forward to getting it. I am sure it will be great.

    Kim on

  • Just getting my goat fix can’t get enough of these sweeties.

    Jill on

  • Milking is actually a relief, not be milked is uncomfortable. The teets become engorged with milk and milking makes them more comfortable, so taking a “break” from milking would be uncomfortable and if not milked for an extended period the milk would dry up and no more goat milk or products, like cheese and soap.

    Sue on

  • Do the goats ever go out side for fresh air and being in a natural environment? Does an individual goat get relief from being milked all the time?

    Marilyn Walta on

  • I’m loving this camera. I just want to reach out and let them and thank them.😍

    Sherri on


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