Virginia goat farm offers free springtime snuggles
Caramont Farm may be well known for their cheese, but this Virginia goat farm is now becoming more popular with visitors looking for a ‘snuggle session.’
Located 23 miles south of Charlottesville, Virginia, Caramont Farm produces both fresh and aged cheeses using milk from Gail Hobbs-Page’s herd of Alpines, Saanens, and La Mancha goats. All cheeses are made ‘on farm’ and are hand ladled, tended daily, and follow a seasonal path.
Volunteers can come to the farm and help feed and cuddle with the 100 baby goats every spring. That’s some serious snuggling.
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