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New Meetup: Raw Goat Milk Presentation

From: Jessy
Sent on: Thursday, October 1, 2009 4:52 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Greater Denver Urban Homesteading Group!

What: Raw Goat Milk Presentation

When: October 24,[masked]:00 AM

Koelbel Library
5955 S Holly St
Centennial, CO 80121

Jill Sobel from Fetchin Farms has agreed to come out to talk to our group about the benefits of Raw milk and Goat milk in particular.
Her farm location not too far from Denver or Boulder in Golden and she said she might have shares available if you are interested. It will be a wonderful opportunity to learn about Raw Goat Milk and ask any questions that you may have. If she doesn't have enough shares for everyone, don't worry, I will post a list of Raw Milk Farms on the Board after this event.
So please join us!

Here is some information about Fetchin Farm's Goats.

"Raw goat milk shares We have a small herd of pastured, free-range goats on 2 lush, full acres close to Table Mountain in Golden. We raise La Mancha, La Mancha/Sanaan goats. We work closely with a local vet to treat our goats preventatively and keep them organic. Our goal is to keep 5 goats per acre and as a result we have very few problems with illness or disease. They are fed alfalfa hay and grain daily, with free-feed minerals and fresh water. Our philosophy is to educate the public as to the nature of goat milking via 4-H program, small neighborhood tours as well as raw milk shares for the surrounding community. We attempt to milk year-round. All of our goats are CAE free as well as tested for TB and Brucellosis annually."

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