When you visit the Goat Milk Stuff farm, the Sweet Shop is the building behind the Farm Store and in front of the goat barn. It has its own parking lot if you want to pull closer to it. The Sweet Shop is usually run by Fletcher, but you may also find Brett, Mason, Indigo, or Jade behind the counter when you visit

To find information on which food products we ship, visit our Sweet Shop website.

For the majority of the year we have the majority of these goat milk items in abundance:

  • Goat cheese (chevre, feta, marinated feta)
  • Goat milk (pasteurized and raw)
  • Chocolate goat milk
  • Drinkable yogurt (plain, strawberry, strawberry banana, vanilla)
  • Goat milk gelato

We sometimes run low on these items in December and January when the goats are toward the end of their lactations.  We do our best to stagger breeding slightly so we always have these goat milk products available.  But if you are coming solely for these items, it's best to call ahead.

In the Sweet Shop we also have lots of sweets and baked goods available such as:

  • Goat milk fudge
  • Goat milk caramel
  • Goat milk toffee
  • Goat milk chocolate covered candy
  • Cookies
  • Muffins
  • Sourdough breads, baguettes, rolls, and bagels
  • Blackberry jam
  • Garden salsa
  • Local honey

The Sweet Shop also has various farm food products that we grow, raise, or make:

  • Farm fresh eggs
  • Pastured chickens
  • Pastured beef
  • Frozen pesto, persimmon pulp, blackberries, blueberries, peaches

To find information on which food products we ship, visit our Sweet Shop website.

We do have many free samples available at different times and you can always ask for a goat milk gelato or cheese sample.

If you'd like to spend some time savoring your purchases, you can eat inside or enjoy outside picnic tables where you can see the goats.  We have cheese plates and grilled cheese sandwiches available and are working toward making individual pizzas available as well.

No matter what you're in the mood for, make sure you go in the Sweet Shop when you visit the Goat Milk Stuff Farm!