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Animal experience hosted by Pam

2 hours
Includes food
Up to 10 people
Hosted in English

What you'll do

The walking tour would start with the ducks (they are up front) and continue through our chickens. I will explain the various breeds and why we have them (production and show) and you can see the eggs in the nests. We will continue to the barn area where we will first visit with our dry stock (non-milking). Starting here is where the guests will be allowed to pet the animals and interact and feed animal cookies we supply. I will explain the different breeds of goats, their origins, and show the difference between our dry goats and our milking line. From time to time there are babies of all species from goats, to ducks, to chicks, to bunnies. We cannot plan what we will have at any one time but most always something with feathers in a brooder. We are also a cat foster so most of the time there are kittens to see. If we have baby goats at the time, the guests will have the opportunity to pet, snuggle and love on the goats. We provide disposable gowns and gloves. They will view the milking parlor and we will explain how we produce the milk from beginning to end. The tour will conclude with a sampling of cheese made here on the farm Approx 2 hour tour depending on interest with the last 20 minutes spent sampling our various goat cheeses and products.

Wear comfortable shoes/clothes, bug spray or suncreen, if sensitive, and ALL visitors must wear a properly worn mask
The walking tour would start with the ducks (they are up front) and continue through our chickens. I will explain the various breeds and why we have them (production and show) and you can see the eggs in the nests. We will continue to the barn area where we will first visit with our dry stock (non-milking). Starting here is where the guests will be allowed to pet the animals and interact and feed animal cookies we supply. I will explain the d…

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What's included

  • Food
    The last 20 minutes, we offer a sampling of our goat products. Guests will...
From $69
/ person
Thu, 15 Apr
$69 per person
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Join 2 other guests
$69 per person
Mon, 19 Apr
$69 per person
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
$69 per person
Tue, 20 Apr
$69 per person
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Join 2 other guests
$69 per person

Meet your host, Pam

Host on Airbnb since 2016
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Pam Lunn, owner of The Dancing Goat is a known expert and teacher in the goat field after 20+ years of dairy goat ownership. You will tour her sustainable farm with many goats, chickens, ducks, geese, guineas, quail, and various other animals from alpaca to horses to emus. An icon in the Tampa Bay Region with 12+ yrs participation in local fresh markets, numerous awards and both local and national tv shows. Pam participates on local farming panels, speaks about sustainable farming in various forums as well as a regular participant in local school FFA programs. The Dancing Goat Farm is also a partnership facility with St. Petersburg College, Tarpon Springs Veterinary Science Academy and now University of Tampa Biology Department. Our mission statement includes "educating the next generation in responsible agriculture".
Pam Lunn, owner of The Dancing Goat is a known expert and teacher in the goat field after 20+ years of dairy goat ownership. You will tour her sustainable farm with many goats, chickens, ducks, geese, guineas, quail, and various other animals from alpaca to horses to emus. An icon in the Tampa Bay Region with 12+ yrs participation in local fresh markets, numerous awards and both local and national tv shows. Pam participates on local farming panels, speaks about sustainable farming in vari…
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Where you'll be

Our farm is the location of the experience. We will tour our quaint 3 acre farm, meeting the animals, visiting the milking parlor, touring the barn and conclude on the porch of the creamery tasting a variety of the cheeses with explanations of each cheese making process and products we produce. Products will be available for purchase. Strollers would not be a good idea.
Wendy
April 2021
We had such a wonderful time visiting the working farm and tasting their creations. Pam put such an effort into the tour and was full of useful information. The feta cheese was delish! I especially loved playing with the kittens and baby goats and meeting the happy volunteers!
We had such a wonderful time visiting the working farm and tasting their creations. Pam put such an effort into the tour and was full of useful information. The feta cheese was d…
Jodi
April 2021
We had an amazing experience at the Dancing Goat Farm. Pam was an excellent host. We enjoyed meeting all of the animals, and being able to feed and hold the goats. The food samples were amazing! We would definitely go back!
Carla
April 2021
Pam was wonderful! She was accommodating and patient with us ( including my 4 year old and all her questions) The experience was great including the yummy cheese and kefir and milk. Can’t wait to dig into the goodies I bought. Love that the farm is sustainable, supports local and is organic and Pam is a great teacher and passionate about sharing her love for her animals and plants
Pam was wonderful! She was accommodating and patient with us ( including my 4 year old and all her questions) The experience was great including the yummy cheese and kefir and milk…
Livingston
April 2021
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Pam was an excellent guide and we learned a ton about the animals and farm life. A+ all around.
Julie
March 2021
We can't share enough how happy we were to have an experience like this amidst a pandemic! While most things have literally shut down, Pam and her staff have taken extra precautions to provide a safe, informative and truly enjoyable experience. She's also a fabulous story teller! If you're staying in nearby Tarpon Springs and want something aside from Greek food and beaches, don't hesitate to book this experience! If holding a baby goat or hearing the unusual "drum tapping" of the female emu isn't enough, you're bound to enjoy the most delicious fresh goat cheese, chutney and yogurt on the East Coast! Thank you Pam, staff and to all the beautiful animals for giving us a spring-break day to cherish.
We can't share enough how happy we were to have an experience like this amidst a pandemic! While most things have literally shut down, Pam and her staff have taken extra precautio…
Lisa
March 2021
Great Experience! Loved seeing all the animals (well cared for) and learning some of the behind the scenes things that go on, within the farm. Lots of working together in the community!!

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  • Thu, 15 Apr
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Join 2 other guests
    $69 per person
  • Mon, 19 Apr
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    $69 per person
  • Tue, 20 Apr
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Join 2 other guests
    $69 per person
  • Thu, 22 Apr
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    $69 per person
  • Mon, 26 Apr
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    $69 per person
  • Tue, 27 Apr
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    $69 per person
  • Thu, 29 Apr
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    $69 per person
  • Mon, 3 May
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    $69 per person

Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 10 guests of all ages can attend.

What to bring

Wear comfortable shoes and clothes appropriate for a farm (and the weather)

Sunscreen or bugspray, if sensitive