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JOIN US FOR A GOAT VISIT!

You've GOAT to be kidding me! Nittany Meadow Farm offers private goat visits--with baby goat bottle feeding (when available)--by scheduling an appointment. Learn about our herd and these wonderful animals while enjoying snuggles, playing and pictures in our historic barn, built in 1843.

Goat Visits

Can't goat enough time with goats? Now's your chance to hang out with them and learn more about these maaagnificent animals! Each 30 minute goat visit includes learning about our herd, snuggles, petting and playing with the goats, taking pictures--and bottle feeding the baby goats when available! Ages 5 and older are welcome; Youth under 18 are required to have a parent/guardian participate in the visit. Registration is required to visit the farm. We are unable to accommodate drop-in visitors to the farm. 

Pricing (Price listed is the total for the group, not per person):

  • $75 for between 1-5 people

  • $125for between 6-10 people

  • $175 for between 11-15 people

  • $225 for between 16-20 people

  • $275 for between 21-25 people

Register: Book a visit by emailing info@nittanymeadowfarm.com for available dates and times. Visits are not available on holidays. Registration is required. We cannot accept walk-ins. 

Location: Nittany Meadow Farm - 227 Nittany Meadow Farm Lane, Boalsburg. Follow the signs for parking around the barn. Visits are held in the lower barn.

What to Expect

Nittany Meadow Farm is a working farm. Please observe the following guidelines:

  • Arrive 5 minutes before your scheduled time. If you're late for your visit, you will only receive the remainder of your time slot

  • No outside food is permitted. Please do not feed the goats anything except food provided by us.

  • Pets are not permitted. We love animals, but we don't want our goats or your pet to get scared or injured. Please leave your pet at home.

  • Closed toe shoes are required. We recommend wearing boots if you have them.

  • Wear clothes that can get dirty. While we try to keep things tidy, it's a working farm and you may get dirty. 

  • Dress for the weather. The lower barn does not have heat, so most winter days it's chilly. 

  • Clean your hands after your visit. Visitors are encouraged to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer after their visit is complete.

  • Goats can be unpredictable. Our goats are very socialized and friendly, but they are livestock and can be unpredictable. They may jump at you, step on your toes, or nibble your hair/coat/zippers/buttons. Pay attention at all times.

  • All visitors must complete the registration form. Visitors will not be permitted in the barn if the form is not completed.

  • Visits are non-refundable and non-transferrable if you cancel, miss your visit time, or do not show up. If we cancel, full refunds will be issued.

Under Pennsylvania law, except for limited circumstances, an agritourism activity provider is not liable for any injury to or death of a participant resulting from an agritourism activity. Do not participate in the activity if you do not wish to waive liability.

Four baby goats
Young boy bottle feeding
Two goats
Young girl bottle feeding
Daphne
Goats eating hay
Bottle feeding
Deuce
Female goats