There’s a goat farm in tiny, densely populated Singapore! Unfortunately, it’s a hour and a half to get there by public transport, so I can’t visit.
Hay Dairies is a small farm producing goat milk for the local market. The photo gallery shows the goats in a metal-floored enclosure instead of frolicking in pastures, so maybe it’s best that I can’t visit. They do look clean and healthy, though, and the FAQ says no growth hormones or (unnecessary, presumably) antibiotics are administered.
I hope local families and school take advantage of the opportunity to visit the farm. It’s good for urban children to learn where their food comes from.
In closing, a picture of my favorite sheep, Artos. (I don’t have a goat picture handy.) Enjoy!