Time & Location
May 14, 2022, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Elgin, 144 Tomahawk Trail, Elgin, SC 29045, USA
About the Event
The farm has slowly but surely gained more and more animals that were abandoned or needed a place to call home and in doing so we decided to start our 501C3 non-profit "Goat Daddy's Animal Sanctuary".
We are located on 40 acres just outside of Columbia, South Carolina and are also home to a Grade A Goat Dairy! We provide raw goats milk, chevre, and lots of baby and adult goat hugs to our visitors as well as have around 3 miles of wooded walking trails on the property with gorgeous scenery, streams , and abundant wildlife.
You can plan to come visit any day that we are open to the public and bring a picnic and enjoy the country setting! The baby goat playpen will be available for all guests to cuddle with this years "kid crop" while learning about all the benefits goats can provide to the community.
A public restroom is available for guests as is a gift shop with locally raised farm products.
Feed will be available for the animals if you would like to get up close and personal and staff will be roaming the farm to answer any questions you may have about our animals and dairy operation!
All proceeds from admission on the days we open our farm to the public directly go to our Animal Sanctuary. These funds not only allow us to provide permanent refuge to our current residents but also allow us to expand and take in animals in the future that may need a permanent home.
Products from our farm and dairy are available at the entry gate and you do not need to pay admission if you are picking up products.
Tickets can be bought at gate or online
- 13 and older $10
- 12 and under $5
- 2 and under FREE
* All children 18 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
* No pets allowed to ensure no stress is caused to our animals and for biosecurity reasons.
This ticket includes admission to the farm and animal sanctuary, a small feed bucket, and a ticket to baby goats bottle feeding at 12:00PM. To feed baby goats, meet in front of the farm store at 12:00PM.