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Go Slow with Holy Goat

Have you even eating Holy Goat cheese? Perhaps you have run into Anne Marie and Carla selling it at one of the Farmer’s Markets around Melbourne?

They are opening their farm in Sutton Grange as a slow food event.

“Ever wondered how a certified organic dairy goat farm, with cheese production, really works? This slow food event will be a hands on experience. Be prepared to get down and see how the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. Activities include: farm walk with goats, building better soils with compost, feeding goats, tree planting and much much more. Lunch included, bring your own
plate, cup and cutlery. Booking essential.”

Come and meet the girls and the goats and support some of our most committed farmers and cheesemakers. They really are making a difference.

Sunday 4th October
10am – 4pm
$50 for adults, $45 Slow Food Members and $15 for kids (human)

Bookings: Simon 0421 458 891 of


2 thoughts on “Go Slow with Holy Goat

  • Hi Vee, I haven’t caught up with the Holy Goat girls since this happened, but if it was successful and fun I think they’d plan to have one every year. I’ll let you know when I’ve chatted with them again. Thanks for the link – all good!

    Comment from: essjayeats

  • Is this event a one-off only? Oh and I’ve linked you on my Seven Seeds post if that’s alright! Let me know if it isn’t!

    Comment from: Vee @ Munching (in) Melbourne

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