The Dancing Goat is a small urban family farm licensed in 2007 by the Florida Dept. of Agriculture (#1280) and creating the standard in small production dairies. They strive for a healthy herd and use no vaccines, hormones or antibiotics on the goats. This ADGA registered herd is also regularly tested for disease. They work with vet assist programs, FFA students and a partnership facility for St. Petersburg College Veterinary Technology Program. Antibiotics used only for lifesaving measures. Products sold are raw goat milk, kefir, yogurt and cheeses (chevre, feta, their version of SnoFrisk, curds, etc). They also distribute fresh A2 Brown Swiss cow milk, butter, cream and cottage cheese from local Bouchard Family Farms. Free-range chicken, duck, guinea, turkey, and quail eggs available (some seasonally). Per Florida law, all raw milk products and fresh unwashed eggs are sold for the intent of pet consumption only. Please do not ask to discuss the consumption of milk by humans and jeopardize the license. Bulk orders available on all goat products. They use only BPA-free dairy approved jugs. Also selling homemade goat milk soap in various scents. Find them at Saturday Morning Market in St. Petersburg and Sweetwater Organic Farm Sunday Market in Tampa and (by preorder only) at the farm on Wednesdays 3-8 pm (summer hours Sundays 12-2 pm). Questions welcome. Member of Farm To Consumer Legal Defense Fund for over 11 years. See other places where you can find products from this farm.
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