Barn For the Goats and Raw Cheese For the People!

A project in Gardner, CO by Mark Schneider

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Build a home for Maple and her daughter & teach and provide local people with wild pastured raw goat cheese.
Backers: 94
Average Pledge Per Backer: $50

Funded: $4,698 of $4,485
Dates: Apr 3rd -> May 1st (28 days)
Project By: Mark Schneider
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Latest News

Chicken Coop Plaster Party

April 21st - via:
This past Saturday, April 20th, twenty intrepid souls braved 45 degree temps, rain and wind to earth plaster our newest strawbale chicken coop. If our Kickstarter project is funded we'll be using local natural ingredients to construct the goat barn /... (Read More)

Strawbale Goat Barn-Raising in June?

April 8th - via:
Thank you so much, dear 32 backers, for supporting our campaign to build a new goat barn and offer free cheesemaking classes!  As a small, local raw dairy, we simply couldn't do it without you.  We're almost half way to our goal less than one... (Read More)

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