“At 3:00 am, my wife first gets up to bottle the goat milk. At 3:30, I deliver it from house to house. After that, I return to the Farm to milk the goats , clean up and feed them…”
Keda was converted into a leisure farm ten years ago. Number of goats went down from 1,000 to 300, eliminating the need to get up early for delivery any more. Fresh milk is used only for home products, including goat milk buns, goat milk slices, goat cheese, etc. Goat milk steamed buns are the most popular, and they are made with fresh milk every day. Goat milk omelets are also very well-received.
Keda Goat Farm keeps sheep, goats, and all kinds of animals. Tourists can enjoy freshly-produced goat’s milk, as well as feeding the goats, milk the goats and listen to stories about goats. The owner produce a variety of nutritional and healthy goat milk products, including goat milk steamed buns, popsicles, panna cotta, waffles, coffee, milk tea, etc. Furthermore, since the Farm keeps a lot of abandoned animals, children can feed the rabbits, ducks, chicken, and pigeons.