Then we got to taste the goat’s milk which was actually pretty good. I’m not a huge milk fan, but it had a nice sweet flavor to it. Then onto holding the precious kids. They have the brightest blue eyes which was absolutely amazing. We also met the males and the older kids who are still bottle feeding. These goats are kept separate from mom and her newer kids. All of them want attention. Oh and don’t forget into between playing with the animals, we got to learn how to make goat cheese! The best chèvre some plain, some with olives and some with herbs. So delicious on a slice of bread or cracker! We also make ricotta which was also delicious. Definitely not the same as the tasteless stuff that comes from the supermarket. We enjoyed the freshly made cheese as part of our lunch out on the deck in the shade. Yum! The afternoon was not wasted. After lunch we bottle fed two of the babies who drink that milk faster than would think. We hung out on the pasture with them a bit and enjoyed the date. Then we got to learn how to make goat milk soap! I had no idea with was that easy except for the use of the lye and lots of stirring. When I say stirring, I mean lots of stirring! We all went home with quite a few samples – 2 different soaps and a bunch of cheese! My husband was so happy with the cheese samples. They surely didn’t last very long in the house. YUM! If you ever get a chance, sign up for a day at the farm. Kate also offers horse riding lessons. Don’t miss this fun little farm tucked away in Boulder County.