|Tourist kids with the goat kids.|
|Page County Grown sign at Khimaira Farm.|
|Linda gives a tour overview.|
|Farm buildings, including the goat barn.|
Linda, the proprietor, who is pictured in one of the photos, gave an overview of the history of the farm – over two decades it functioned as an active 60-acre farm. The family was involved with Heifer, International – a non-profit organization that encourages family farming in developing countries – and through those activities word-of-mouth helped support the growth of the business.
|Khimaira's wedding barn.|
|Another wedding venue at Khimaira.|
|One of Khimaira's Great Pyrenees dogs.|
They had some other local products available to check out, including goats milk soaps. And much appreciated, since they were the first stop, hot coffee and some pastries were available.
Khimaira made for a logical first stop on the tour, given their proximity to the chamber, and because they had space for us under the barn for the farm overview. After about an hour, the group wrapped up its visit there and moved along to Skyline Premium Meats, which will be my topic for tomorrow.