Beekman 1802 Live Goat Cam

Written by josh kilmer-purcell - March 09 2014

Comments

jan w
March 27 2017

why does the message double? I don’t know what I am doing wrong.

jan w
March 27 2017

I get so caught up watching the babies I forget what wonderful soaps and lotions develop from the goat milk. I buy mine on Evine Live. I wouldn’t use any other soap on my skin.It’s pure softness just like the babies

Hollie
March 27 2017

Loving the live baby goat cam! Keeps me sane at work :) I’m a breast cancer survivor and some of the Beekman skin care products are sold at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance where I received treatment. I love the Goat Milk Hand Lotion.

cathy bruno
March 25 2017

good morning sue. do you know how many kids were born this year. thanks for half your hug

Sue
March 25 2017

I wonder too, Cathy. Sometimes hurtful things get said here, and no likes to be criticized. I am sure that has been the case at times in the past, but there are other reasons at times too. Josh and Brent are traveling right now, and not there to fix it if something happens and that is often part of the problem as well. You can have half of my big hug from John. :)

Pasha B
March 25 2017

I love to see the goats chasing each other and jumping up in the air. They play so hard that they get exhausted and fall asleep in a pile. They look contented and happy. Goats seem to have a perpetual smile and I find myself laughing at their antics. Have a happy day all!

Zoe
March 24 2017

I LOVE GOATS! I can’t wait to become a goat farmer when I grow up. <3

cathy bruno
March 24 2017

hi sue. i did not know you were going to the farm so i guess farmer john did not get my hug this year. i am so glad that you posted that farmer john knows what he is doing. i wonder if these comments are what makes them shut the cameras.

Robin
March 22 2017

Love to watch the goats when they are sleeping. They look so peaceful.

debra
March 21 2017

people, please quit commenting on stuff you don’t know anything about john,josh,brent ,and the whole crew know what there doing. D.K. let it rest!!!

Sue
March 21 2017

Unfortunately, I have no information on when the camera might be back.

jan w
March 21 2017

Sue- thank you for answering our questions. Farmer John knows what he is doing. Will the camera be back on soon? I’m in withdrawal!!!

Sue
March 20 2017

Thought i would answer a few questions that I have information on, since Josh and Brent do not view this page very often. The goats are for sale and if you are interested you should contact John Hall on facebook and maybe message him, since they are actually his goats. The is a wait list usually for the girls, not so much for the boys but you would have to ask him what the current situation is. The babies do not go outside, it is still too cold for that in upstate NY. They do not get toys so to speak, they are farm animals not pets. The barn is warmer than outside and the pens help keep them warm both from body heat and heat lamps that placed over the pens. I was there on Sunday and it was comfortably warm with no jacket, much less fur, which they have. :) There are several reasons they are taken from their mothers so early. One is that some diseases in goats are passed through the milk. They also need to be handled from birth so they bond with humans so that being handled and milked by humans is not frightening to them when they are older. Trust John, he knows what he is doing. And yes, they are just as cute and cuddly in person as they are on the cam. Each with its own personality, some are cuddle bugs and some don’t want to be held, all are soft and very cute. :)

Cheryl Bischof
March 20 2017

I have seen farmer John or one of his helpers feeding a baby goat a bottle on the goat cam . I’m sure they are being weighed , so they know whether or not they are getting enough food .

Rachel
March 20 2017

Digum, its not that exciting lol. its just a pail with nipples around the rim

digum
March 19 2017

I’ve watched a lot but never saw the nipple pail :(

Maureen
March 19 2017

It’s 4:30 am and I have a view of some ones rear end as the kids are chowing down on the nipple bucket.

linda
March 18 2017

Yes I do agree about Calvin. I watched him since he was born and noticed every time that he was not eating from the nipple pail I contacted the Beekmam team and told them my concerns.all they said was that farmer John was feeding them. and not to worry.so what more can we do as they did not seem to concerned.

digumdoug
March 18 2017

Calvin looks so much skinnier than the others, hope he’s ok!!

Rachel
March 17 2017

Will any of these Goats be for sale anytime soon? :D

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