Kauai Kunana Dairy Farm Tour reviews
This farm is a great place to visit for all ages. Our group ranged from 2 to 60. We all enjoyed holding the baby chicks and goats. The granddaughters got to feed the big goats. A lot of great... more »
This10 Acre Farm has a lot going on! Ryan, one of the Farm's owners, lead our tour. For 2 hours, Ryan introduced us to different aspects of the farm and let us sample them. We learned about Dairy... more »
A charming working farm run by a family who share their day-to-day experiences with the goat cheese making process. Amazing Chevron (goat cheese)! The tour starts with juice and banana bread while owner waits for all guests to arrive. Despite several other reviews on the web, there is no opportunity for kids to milk the goats. The goats are in a pen and only accessible through one fence that everyone must jockey for space. In the beginning of the tour, the owner allows the guests to feed the goats while he explains the different breeds along with their characteristics and demeanor. The son who runs the tour, and primary business owner, provides branches from local vegetation to feed the goats through the fence. This is the most interaction guests will have with the goats and is the shortest part of the tour. The bulk of time spent is walking the property while the owner gives education on the different types of trees and plants. He gives out samples of some of the fruit as well as honey from his bees. This is a very educational experience and you learn a lot about the medicinal properties of several trees and plants. The tour of farm ends in the milking room and kitchen. Our group was only moderately sized but because the limitations of the space we're split into separate groups. You will let's go into the milking room where someone explains the process how much milk they get from each breed of goat, the time it takes, what they feed them, how many times a day to do it, and ends with guests questions. You are then led into the kitchen area where they explain how the cheese is processed, what they use to make cheese, and how they package it. After the tour the owner brings out a half a dozen different cheese flavors along with crackers to sample. The cheese is Simply Amazing and if you plan on buying any more than what you can eat on the way home, you probably want to pack it cooler to keep this on ice. They have a table of several homemade items that they sell aside from the cheese. All in all it was a great experience and we would recommend it. That said, there was a substantial let down with the kids given that we were under the impression that they could milk the goats and interact with them a bit more. Other than some misguided reviews online that set our expectations a little higher, everyone had a good time.
Super friendly. Toddler friendly. Very educational. Cheese is amazing!
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