Visiting Antiquity Oaks
Unfortunately, we receive too many requests to be able to entertain guests and continue getting all of our work done on the farm. But we realize that you might really want to see how we do things, so we set aside a couple of days a year when you can visit. One is usually the first Saturday in May, and one is usually in August or September. We also have a few on-farm classes every year. Check the “Classes” listings on my farm website. You can also follow the farm on the Antiquity Oaks Facebook page to keep up to date with other events scheduled on the farm.
If you are a member of the media and you would like to interview Deborah, you can contact her via the form below.
Deborah is available to speak at conferences and workshops on a variety of topics related to homesteading, animal husbandry, and real food. To see a list of topics with descriptions, click here.
Questions about goats?
Unfortunately, Deborah does not have time to answer individual emails about goat care. However, due to the volume of questions she received, in 2009, she started an Internet community for those who have Nigerian dwarf goats. The archives are full of great information, and if you want, you can become a member (it’s free!) and ask your own questions!
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