Beltane Farm offers day long classes in Goat Husbandry!
Spend a day at the farm and learn about goats and their care. New classes are scheduled for Sunday July 24th, Sunday August 14th, Sunday, September 11th. Classes begin at 7:45 am and run-until about 3:30pm. This multifaceted class will cover the care of goats across the life span and will provide hands on practice in the areas of milking, hoof trimming and injections. In terms of how to care for baby goats, the class will also teach you the ins and outs of the kids and if the weather holds, we will be teaching you how to herd goats. After the outdoor portion of the class is complete, we will head inside and learn how to make delectable cheeses from scratch. The cost of the class is 150.00 per person, and the class only holds a maximum of six participants. Deposits for the class are required, so if you are interested, please contact Paul at 860-208-2887 for more information or send an email to email@example.com. We hope to see you then!
Our Name is Farm features Beltane Farm!
Check out this great video about cheese making, shot right here on Beltane Farm!
Beltane Farm in CT Bites
Most teens in high school long to get a car. Not Paul Trubey; he wanted a goat. His unique infatuation began in high school when one of his teachers was given a goat. Understandably, his parents wouldn’t let him get one. Since then, Paul found every goat worthy of affection.
CT Farmland Trust helps preserve Beltane Farm!
Connecticut Farmland Trust (CFT) is pleased to announce the protection of the 22-acre Beltane Farm in Lebanon. Beltane Farm is the ninth farm protected by Connecticut Farmland Trust in the town of Lebanon and the second farm protected under the Department of Agriculture’s Community Farms Preservation Program.
Beltane Farm takes visitors on casual cheese tours
From The Day, December 10, 2014:
Paul Trubey, owner of Beltane Farm in Lebanon, describes his goat cheese tastings as being very similar to wine tastings but more laid back.
“Hopefully people won’t show up dressed up! It’s very informal,” he jokes.
The farm has hosted tastings every Sunday since early fall and they end Dec. 21. Cheese aficionados are invited to the farm’s tasting house – decorated for the holidays – where complimentary warm local cider heated on a wood stove is served along with an array of fresh farm cheeses, all made on premises from goat’s milk.
We currently are not looking for any more help in the Spring 2016 season, but if you are interested in working behind-the-scenes are the farm through an internship, click on the link below for more details. Click here for more … Continue reading
Beltane Farm now on Facebook!
Visit our Beltane Farm Facebook page and send the link to all of your friends; we’ll keep you updated there, as well as here, on our upcoming events.