Goat Snuggles

60 minute | Small Group Snuggle Sessions every Saturday from June 20th - August 1st


$20.00 per person



About this experience

Multiple Saturday Sessions June 20th - August 1st

Join us for a full 60 minutes of therapeutic and relaxing Goat Snuggles. Sit back, take a deep breath in and let go of the week's stress. Laugh as the babies jump all around you (and sometimes on you!) Sit quietly and one may just curl themselves up in your lap for their morning/afternoon nap. Watch the momma goats nurse and care for the little ones. Owners, Liz & Aaron will also be available to answer questions regarding life on the farm, goat care, health, differences in breeds and more!

Due to Covid-19, we are taking many precautions to ensure all guest safety. Masks are required! We will also have a hand-washing station and visual guides around the barn to maintain social distancing while enjoying the goats. If you or anyone in your household is feeling sick, feverish, etc. please contact us to reschedule your session. We recommend bringing a mat or small towel to sit on and a water bottle. We also recommend wearing boots or shoes you don't mind getting messy. This is a farm, there is poop and, if it rains, there will be mud. Plan to arrive 5-10 minutes prior to your start time but no earlier, please as previous sessions will be letting out.

This event is limited to just 25 guests. Each child is required to have a parent also participate in the session. This is a pre-purchase event. Please choose your day and time slot and you'll receive confirmation via email.

Some of our farm products such as our creamy Goat Milk Lotion, Lip Balm and Award-Winning Swanky Sauce will be available during this event! We can only permit debit/credit cards at this time so checkout can be touchless. No Cash can be accepted at this time!

Did you know the beneficial power of our relationships with animals???

-Reduced anxiety, grief and isolation
-Reduced blood pressure, depression, and risk of heart attack or stroke
-Increased self-esteem and ability to care for oneself
-Improved fine motor skills
-Improved balance
-Increased focus and attention
-Greater self-control
-Enhanced problem-solving skills
-Reduced need for medication
-Improved social skills

Your Host

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Liz and Aaron started Syman Says Farms in 2012 with a small herd of 4 dairy goats. Throughout the years they have shared their goats and knowledge with the community through 4H, girl scouts, preschool classes and now YouTube!

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Haven't gone yet
Had so much fun!
The goats were not into it
Fantastic Group Outing