Beverley Whelan runs a small holding on the Suffolk/Norfolk border where she has a small flock of dairy goats as well as Shetland sheep, kune kune pigs, chickens and geese.
She is passionate about all her animals and their welfare and wellbeing is of prime importance. The philosophy is to ensure the animals are happy, healthy and secure.
The goats are bred for their milk, which is used for yoghurt and cheese production.
Courses by this Tutor
1 October 2017
10 - 4.30
£90 including home-made lunch & all other refreshments
This is a new course, following requests from students on the goat-husbandry day.
Goat's cheese has fewer calories than most cheese made from cow's milk and is an important source of the following:
18 June 2017
9.30 - 4.00
£90 including home-made lunch, bisuits & cakes
This one-day course will help you to find out whether you want to keep goats.
This course is aimed at the complete beginner and will cover all aspects of goat keeping and their care. The leader is Beverley Whelan. Click on her name...