A local DPW made the day of some goats at Edgwick Farm in Cornwall. It has become a post Christmas tradition for the goats at Edgwick Farm to receive your Christmas leftovers. Not from dinner but instead your left over Christmas tree. Turns out goats love pine trees so the local DPW collects the trees and brings them to the farm for the goats to enjoy.

Edgwick Farm is located at 348 Angola Road in Cornwall and they are currently offering winter farm tours. They provide a unique educational experience to it’s farmer’s market customers as well as to families new to the farm to see where their food comes from. You are invite to get up close to their hard working dairy goats and cuddle their newborn babies early in the tour season. Later in the tour season, play with the growing baby goats in the exercise yard. After touring the farm, meet the cheese makers, observe the cheese making through a viewing window and taste the milk and cheese these wonderful animals help produce.  Tours run Jan 17 – April 29 ( no Tours on Easter) Wed, Fri, Sat and Sun 10 am and 2 pm.

By Appointment only with Advance tickets.   EventBrite

Most communities will collect trees to turn into mulch but when you have a farm of hungry goats it seems like a better destination.

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