Visit Goats And Take Home Homemade Cheese At This New Hampshire Farm

If there’s a more adorable animal than a goat, we’d like to see it! You might argue that an alpaca is cute and we’d be forced to agree. But even the fluffiest, happiest alpaca isn’t going to help create cheese and that’s our second favorite thing! If you also have a special place in your heart reserved for goats (and one for homemade cheese!) we’ve got your next day trip all lined up for you. You’ll be heading to one of the most lovely farms in the state.

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Hickory Nut Farm is open for visits at different times throughout the year. It’s especially fun to help them feed the goats. You’ll just need to get in touch with them in advance to arrange a time. You can learn more about the farm’s story and what they offer by visiting their website. Follow them on Facebook to keep up with farm events and new products for sale. For questions and to set up a time to visit they can be reached on 603-659-6885.

If farm life is the life for you, you’re in the right place! You’ll never forget a visit to The Friendly Farm, a one-of-a-kind farm filled with baby chicks in New Hampshire.

Address: Hickory Nut Farm, 22 York Ln, Lee, NH 03861, USA