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Meet the goats at Bradley Mountain Farm in Southington


 Not even old enough to have a name yet, the newest goat in Bradley Mountain Farm’s flock bleated out a welcome to the crowds at the farm’s open house this weekend. 

Children and goats are stars of Open Farm Day



Ordinary activities seen in the area around Crescent Lake, yoga and hiking, are being made extraordinary with the addition of goats.

Its Raining Goats at Bradley Mountain Farm


The farm is located on a 200 year old dairy that is on the registry of National Historical Places. It was built by Ichabod Bradley in 1813. The farm has been lovingly restored and is open by appointment, for private events, and classes ( See Page 32).

Goats will join Earth Day cleanup at Novick’s Orchard


The Open Space Committee will celebrate Earth Day by inviting the public to join committee members, the Southington Land Trust, and some furry friends from Bradley Mountain Farm for a hike and trail cleanup at Novick’s Orchard, an open space parcel on Flanders Road that was acquired in 2006. 

Goats…and kids…in pajamas


Cordelia Hayes comes face to face with a baby goat at Bradley Mountain Farm last Friday during a “Goats N’ Pajamas” event. 

'Let goat...' at renovated Bradley Homestead


 Bradley Mountain Soaps, LLC is inviting people to visit its farm and see the newly renovated Bradley Homestead on Shuttle Meadow Road. 

Goat therapy a way to unplug and connect with nature


Bradley Mountain Soaps has scheduled several goat therapy sessions starting Sept. 2, offering participants the chance to meditate while cuddling with baby goats. 

Southington farm invites public to try goat therapy, yoga


Hartford isn’t the only place in the state with goat fever.  Bradley Mountain Farm offers a full slate of activities and events featuring goats.  

An early White Christmas in two downtowns


 As night fell on the town Friday night, on came the holiday lights, with White Christmas in the Community bringing cheer and rekindling memories for hundreds of families. 

Running with the goats at Bradley Mountain


No, it’s not as dangerous as the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain, but it’s a whole lot more fun.

Bradley Mountain Farm in Southington hosts first-ever goat parade


 People aren’t the only ones celebrating Halloween this weekend.  The goats at Bradley Mountain Farm got into the holiday as well in the first ever Goats N’ Goblins parade on Sunday. 

Fragrances at Farmers Market


Anneliese Dadras, a long-time resident of Southington, is the founder of her own soap-making business called “Bradley Mountain Soaps.” 

In the News - TV and Videos

WTNH News:  You can't go wrong with baby goats and pajamas.  Thank you to NBC Connecticut and Kerri-Lee for having us on air with goats.   We will work with you throw the party best party!

 WTNH News:   See our baby goat Chloe and little sister Faith who were bridesgoats on the wedding segment of NBC News! 

Goats N Pajamas on You Tube: Thanks to one of our guests for capturing and posting this great video of our Goat Nannies reading Good Night Moon to the baby goats

Better Connecticut:   Our herd was able to visit Better Connecticut, and teach them Goat Yoga!  Check out this very silly segment!

Join the Herd on YouTube: Thanks to one of our guests who captured and posted her Join the Herd experience!

Meet Mrs Connecticut!: Thanks to Ally Genovese and her news crew for coming out to see what it is like to make soap on the farm.  Ally is an official Southington "townie" and was Mrs Connecticut when she came out to visit us. She is now the  Founder, President & CEO at Ally G's Everyday Angels Foundation 

Thanks to the Record Journal who came out to see our farm.  They took a great video of our herd!

Thanks to the Record Journal for coming to see us on Goats N' Goblins Day!  The story was on the front page of USA Today, and also made the papers in Maine, Georgia, and even India!

Southington Farmers Market: Thanks to Miceli Productions who came out and made a great video about the Southington Farmers Market.  Karen Perry from our farm is interviewed.