Our Fall farm tour season has ended and we would like to thank all of you for attending! We always have a great time meeting you, visiting, and “talking goat”. Stay tuned for Spring farm tour dates, usually starting sometime in March, to coincide with our spring kidding season so there will be lots of baby goats to cuddle and hang out with.
On your visit you will meet the stars of the farm, our intelligent and capricious dairy goats. Our farm tours offer a variety of activities from “kid cuddling” the young kids, feeding the adult goats, and a walk about the farm led by a member of our family. You will also see our field of specialty flowers grown for local florists, the olive grove to be harvested in the fall, and our small chicken flock.
Environmental sustainability has always been a farm priority; come see our sustainability projects in action. The farm has been solar powered for the last 12 years, and we have added rainwater catchment tanks that can catch and store 100,000 gallons of water for summer irrigation use on the farm. We compost our goat manure to use on our many crops and our regenerative farm practices work to sequester carbon.
Redwood Hill Farm, in Sebastopol’s Russian River Valley, was started by our parents, Kenneth and Cynthia Bice in the 1960’s, and today the farm is still owned and operated by our family. We celebrate farm life while producing quality, artisan products under the Capracopia label. Take home seasonal favorites such as olive oil, flower bouquets, goat milk/olive oil soap, and other farm goodies that you can purchase at the farm market stand.
We look forward to meeting and visiting with you at one of our Farm Tours soon!
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