Goat House Farm is a FarmHer owned micro-farm in a rural area of Tallahassee on the beautiful Lake Talquin. The farm has its humble beginnings in the summer of 2015 with four acres, four goats, and four chickens. Founded on the love of animals and a passion for sustainability, we remain committed to compassionate practices and the most natural care of our land and animals as possible.

As stewards of the land and herd, we believe we have a responsibility to share nature’s blessings. We offer several agritourism opportunities on the farm, from farmstays to day visits. It is our goal to create a space where our visitors can have fun and learn about the animals who share that space. We also strive to serve as a valuable resource for first time goat owners.

Our primary goals are:

  • -To establish standards and communicative strategies for first time goat owners based on scientific best practices and holistic care.

  • -To develop and build community educational programs on goat husbandry and beekeeping centered around compassion, empathy, and environmental awareness.

  • -To improve community wellness through goat-assisted therapeutic services.

    -To partner with nonprofit organizations in order to align shared missions and services.

The farm is home to a happy herd of Pygmy and Nigerian Dwarf goats; our rescue Boer cross, Hannah, and her family; our moody Lamancha Nigerian cross Aspen and her girls (we hope they inherited their mother’s udder but not her attitude!); Breeze and Corrie, the wacky Nubians; the reserved Onyx and her red girls; a flock of happy chickens, including several rare and exotics; a spoiled hog named Houdini (it is indeed a fitting name!); some lazy barn cats; and a bunch of busy bees! Remi, our sharpei shepherd mix oversees care of all the farm babies!


To support our endeavors, we sell chicken eggs, specialty cottage goods, honey, and natural goat milk and honey products. We also sell raw goat milk (for pet consumption only, as per Florida law). We offer handcrafted goods made right on the farm!

(watch for our online store when we get around to it!)