Beekman 1802 Live Goat Cam

Written by josh kilmer-purcell - March 09 2014

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Linda
June 14 2017

Hello. I was just wondering if there are any of the Babies that were born on the goat cam.

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Pasha B
June 12 2017

This is indeed a special day! I just tuned in and the beautiful goats were there again. My favorite goat was standing right in front of the camera when the picture came up. I loved her the first time I saw her. She looks like Davisa. Thank you so much for letting us see them again. I have the picture enlarged on my big screen tv and my husband is here watching with me. This is a great day.

Robin
June 12 2017

Wish we could here them! I know they have a lot to say!

Margaret
June 12 2017

I see our goats must be frolicking outside at this time,it is so entertaining to watch their antics, Thank you so much for this opportunity. I am hoping to visit for the Sept Open House, according to Josh and Brent the drive is 6 hrs from TSC Area. Hang in there Farmer John have a Great Summer….Ciao!M

jan w
June 11 2017

thank you very much.

Sue
June 11 2017

Yay! Glad to see its back and we get another chance!

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Sue
June 06 2017

I hope you get there, Pasha! I don’t know where you are coming from, but buy your farm tour tickets online as soon as you know. They are not refundable if you can’t go, but they do sell out and it would soooo disappointing if you finally get to visit and don’t get to see the farm. That goes for anyone making their first visit to Sharon Springs. You can meet Brent and Josh at the store, but John stays on the farm, and it is only open to visitors a few times a year.You will not get to see it without advance tickets.

luanne
June 06 2017

Sunflower Creamery is a no cull Nigerian Dwarf farm. They have about 25 adult goats and right now 45 or so babies. Most of the babies are about 2 months old and will be going to new homes any day now. They are keeping both cameras going all summer. They milk until breeding time and sell cheeses and caramels etc. at the farm. It is a wonderful farm with caring owners-Hope and Chris Hall.

Pasha B
June 06 2017

Sue,thank you for all the information you have given us about the goats. I feel like I have learned so much from you.I wholeheartedly support farmer John and Josh and Brent in the work they do on their beautiful farm. I would like to visit the farm and meet all of you. I hope I can come on labor day open house. In the meantime God bless all living things on the farm.

Sue
June 05 2017

Thank you, Allison!

Allison H
June 05 2017

Hey all, I know everyone here misses Farmer John’s kids and girls at this time. I found a web site that I think I shared last year, that you all might also enjoy. Check out Sunflower Farm Creamery in Maine. They raise Nigerian Dwarf Goats and have a web cam both inside and outside their barn. It might be fun to watch while we patiently wait the return of the Beekman cam :)

Sue
June 03 2017

I really hope you can go, Cathy,and I would love to meet you, too. John gives the BEST hugs, and they can only be fully appreciated in person. :) They are so nice and so welcoming, you will want to keep going back. I love visiting in March/April to see the babies, but there is something really special about going in the warmer weather, when you can really appreciate the beauty and serenity of the.farm. It is just good for the soul. :)

Cathy
June 03 2017

Hi Sue. Thank you for explaining to everyone, to the best of your ability and taking your time to do so. Those of us that have been watching the goat cam understand. The goats are probably treated than alot of house pets. I wasn’t able to go to the farm this year but maybe next year. Would love to meet you. And again thanks for giving farmer john a hug from me.

Sue
June 02 2017

I am not an employee. I have known Josh, Brent and John for several years now and have visited the farm, the goats, the Barn several times. I did appologize for the slow learner’s comment, that was uncalled for. I see few apologies by anyone else when they make critical comments or imply that they are mistreating animals or should be doing more than they are. They have made clear what will happen if this type of thing keeps happening. So, yes, I have the ability to answer questions because I have been there, seen everything and how it is set up. and talked to them about what they do, and learned a lot about why. Since it bothers you, I will refrain from answering any of your questions if you like. I would be fine with that.

GoatLady
June 02 2017

I don’t think that this is the place for one particular poster to be sniping at others for saying they miss the Goatcam. I don’t know why this poster is doing it (are they an employee of the Beekman Farm or something, or feel specially appointed to tell others they are “slow learners?”?) and I think most would just like to see Goatcam return. I know I would. However telling people they are slow learners and making insults and attacking those (by name no less) who would just like to see Goatcam return is really not appreciated and it kind of ruins this space. I for one like the products at Beekman and I always enjoy seeing Josh and Brent on Evine, and really enjoy seeing the goats. Hope the cam returns soon. This is not a criticism, but merely my opinion. Hope it doesn’t set anyone’s teeth to rattling. LOL!

Sharon
June 01 2017

I really hope the goat can comes back. I am disabled and don’t get out much. The babies are a welcome site. I miss them.

Sue
May 31 2017

Sorry about the slow learner’s comment, but every time people make critical and negative comments, we lose the cam. There becomes no incentive for them to put it back up only be second guessed and criticized again by people who don’t know anything about the farm or how it works. And that is just unfair to them. I just think if you don’t know you should not be judging. Questions are fine if it does not presume that they are doing things wrong, mistreating animals or not providing more services than they are. I have been and am happy to answer general questions that are non-judgmental. All I can say is please try to imagine doing your job every day with a camera on you and strangers commenting on what you do. You certainly are not alone in making assumptions or demands or even suggestions that they do more than they do. So please don’t take my comments about it as being directed personally at you. There have been much worse and more hurtful comments here than anything you said. But it seems they keep coming no matter how many times i explain it and I am going to be sad when it goes away myself. But I am close to giving up trying to explain why the negative comments are not OK

Allison
May 31 2017

Sue I am sorry that you think that I was being critical. It was not meant to be critical but again we all can have own opinions on things and it is okay. We all don’t have to agree and I don’t appreciate the slow learners and entitlement comment. I am not a slow learner and I never said anything about entitlement. I didn’t know that Farmer John, Brent, and Josh don’t have any helpers on the farm as well as how it works. I am not there. I like to learn about goats and that is why I was ask questions. I won’t ask any questions though since you aren’t suppose to. I love Beekman Products as well as use them and I love seeing the goats.

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