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Beekman 1802 Live Goat Cam

Posted by Aaron Guldager on


 

Hi Neighbors,

We here at the farm are getting ready for the next round of kidding season. While our mama goats are finishing their gestating, we’ll be rearranging the barn and getting ready for our new arrivals. Unfortunately, this means that while we’re sprucing up the place, the goat cam will be temporarily out of service.

To reward our loyal viewers, enjoy 10% off our Sweet Grass collection with the code BabyGoatsAreComing.

We hope to see you again soon!

xo Josh, Brent, Team Beekman, Farmer John, Önder, the Patrol Kitties, Talea, Trina, Shadow, Tiny Dancer, Petunia, Sammi, Honey & the rest of the Goats, & Every Single Living Thing at Beekman 1802 Farm.


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  • I would use Dropcam for property security. Within the past year, I have had some things taken from my home. This is fun to watch!

    Tammy on

  • the babies are so cute! I love when they just pop up! what would I use a drop cam for. hmmm. guess I could keep an eye on dogs when we are out. see who is the instigator…or in the garden to see who raids it out there…..

    Laurie T. on

  • Dropcam seems to be working great and very clear picture too. We would use the dropcam to find out just what is eating everything in our garden every night!!!

    Jo-Ann L. on

  • I am a volunteer and board member at the Genesee County Humane Society in Burton, Michigan. Throughout the year we receive dogs and cats that are ready to give birth. Often we are able to place these animals into our foster homes, however, we only have a few foster parents which means during the evenings and on Sundays after cleaning, feeding and the dogs are walked, they are alone. It would be fantastic to have the Dropcam so we could monitor the progress of the animals giving birth. We could then get staff to the shelter to help out if we feel the animal needs assistance. (all animals are S/N before they leave us and move on to their forever homes) Thanks for the chance to win the Dropcam. sue t.

    sue tolbert on

  • I am a volunteer and board member at the Genesee County Humane Society in Burton, Michigan. Throughout the year we receive dogs and cats that are ready to give birth. Often we are able to place these animals into our foster homes, however, we only have a few foster parents which means during the evenings and on Sundays after cleaning, feeding and the dogs are walked, they are alone. It would be fantastic to have the Dropcam so we could monitor the progress of the animals giving birth. We could then get staff to the shelter to help out if we feel the animal needs assistance. (all animals are S/N before they leave us and move on to their forever homes) Thanks for the chance to win the Dropcam. sue t.

    sue tolbert on


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