Working at Goat House Farm


Goat House Farm has one 50/30amp or 110 site exchange position open for a couple or singles. Situated in a rural area of Tallahassee on Lake Talquin, we are surrounded by the beautiful Lake Talquin State Forest. Great fishing and hiking trails and beautiful sunsets. We have over 30 goats, one hog, ducks, and chickens.

Work is twenty hours a week. You will be responsible for tracking your time (we lose track of it a lot around here). Work includes feeding goats, assisting with milking, cleaning out stable, fence building and repair, weeding and harvesting, general repair work, and basic farm chores. We also have occasional tent campers and one small cabin, so help cleaning when campers leave is also needed.

No experience needed, but a good attitude and a love of animals and the farm life is absolutely required. Must have an open mind and work well with others. We work hard to build a sense of community around here.

We provide water, wifi, laundry, kayaks, fresh eggs, and a share of the harvest (we don’t eat our animals though!).  We do not have sewer available – perfect opportunity for composting toilets, otherwise you will need to tote to our onsite septic. Gray water dumping is fine, but you must use environmentally friendly products.

No children, please, and dogs allowed only at the 110 right now. Vandwellers and tenters welcome. We have a bath house with a compost toilet and hot shower.

References required. Please fill out the form below or email a cover letter telling us about yourself and a list of references to melissa@goathousefarm.



Feel free to email if you have questions!

Minimum stay of one month.

We ask for a two week notice for departure.

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A huge thanks and welcome to our current campers  and Mavis and Jess!

And to all our past campers: Mr. V, John and Chelsea, Doug and Leah, Mo and Faith, Tom and Jo, Matthew, Sarah,Jeanne and Edand everyone else who has helped out while passing through or taking the time to volunteer on the farm!


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