Happy Valley Goat Farm
Polly & Dizzy
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Jersey, Sheep, Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, Coffee and Teenagers

Based in Gawler Tasmania, we endeavour to look after our Animals using Regenerative Agriculture, we're looking back to move forward.

At Happy Valley Free Range Farm, we raise happy, healthy and friendly animals in an ethically friendly manner, that helps us with handling and their safety.

We not only care for the well-being and health of our animals but are also concerned about the well-being of our local environment and impacts on the surrounding area, and so endeavour to use farming practices that are ecological and sustainable using Regenerative Agriculture where the technique of rotational grazing, provides pasture for feed, improves soil quality, builds soil biome, sequesters carbon, reduces water usage and improves soil water retention reducing runoff. 

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Always Fresh

Thanks to innovative organic technologies, our products are always fresh and don’t need any treatment.

100% organic

We adhere to our organic philosophy, which implies avoiding pesticides and non-organic fertilizers.

No additives

We avoid any artificial additives after harvesting the crops to offer you the best organic products.

Modern farm

Though we rely on regenerative organic farming, we also use the latest farming innovations.

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Wilmot Letterbox Trail
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What's so good about Goat's Milk
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Goats, the Good, the Bad, the Myths
If you love Goats as much as we do, then you already know how much fun and enjoyment they give back to their carer's. Below are some fun facts about Goats, some Good, some Bad and some Myths. You may already know some, but we'd like to share stuff we've discovered and interesting stuff we've learned
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Testimonials Our Clients Love Us!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Had a very interesting talk when visiting with the owners about how soil health is important to their farm and how it affects the health of their sheep and cows. Got to talk and pat their cows who are friendly and very calm. A great day overall.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I recently visited the farm, the hosts were friendly, and very open about the welfare of their animals and environment. Had a great time feeding and talking to the animals.

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