Bee Tree Farm is home to a small herd of spoiled Nubian and Alpine dairy goats. Each girl was either born here or raised on the farm from birth which means that Jenna (and sometimes Jeremy) spend countless hours bottle feeding baby goats every year. During the spring, it’s not unusual to find one of us in a rocking chair on the porch with a goat in our lap feeding them milk out of an old beer bottle. Our girls live primarily off of the browse available on the farm and spend their days roaming many acres of wooded pasture, sunning themselves in the grass, or generally causing trouble (they are goats, after all). The goats are protected by our fiercely faithful pack of livestock guardian dogs; Great Pyrenees mixes who were raised with the goats. They actually believe they are goats, but we don’t hold that against them.