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Farm established in 1995. All Oberhasli goats, usually about 30 in milk. The goats are pastured with ample space, and they are all very healthy. Bucks are kept separate from milking does. They try to keep things as organic as possible, but they do give a small amount of mineral supplement during milking. They have a dedicated milking room, and milk by machine. Very careful about sanitation and rapidly cooling milk, etc. The cost is about $50 pesos Uruguayos per liter (approx. $2.50 USD) for milk, and milk comes packaged in plastic bags, which is standard for milk in Uruguay. They typically sell pasteurized goat milk, but Fernando is willing to sell raw goat milk (leche cruda) to people who specifically request it. Appointment required as there is no farm store. Delivery to Montevideo may be available. Fernando does not speak much English but he is patient and good at deciphering non-native Spanish. See other places where you can find products from this farm.