Balik Pulau Goat Farm In Penang
Balik Pulau Goat Farm is situated at a 5 acres land in Permatang Pasir, Balik Pulau, Penang. Our dairy goats are imported from Australia of the Saanen breed. These Saanen Dairy Goats are organically fed with freshly cut grass, silage and kept in a modern climate controlled barn.
In our dairy milk production, hygiene is very important. This Penang Goat Farm uses minimal human handling and most of the processes are automated including the milking process.
Happy Goats Farm produces around 100 liters of fresh goats milk daily, which are mostly sold for direct consumption, made into yoghurt or to manufacturers for the processing of goat cheese (chevre) and mozzarella.
Saanen Dairy Goats
Saanen goats are white or cream colored breed of goats, named after the Saanen valley in Switzerland. Saanens goats are highly intelligent, clean, agile, friendly and among the largest of the dairy goats. This breed is sensitive to excessive sunlight and performs best in cooler conditions. Hygienically collected Saanen’s Pure Goat Milk is delicious and slightly sweet in taste.
Climate Control Barn
Happy Goats is the pioneer in goat farming using close house climate control barn. The benefit of using this system is these animals are not exposed to harmful virus and bacteria from other animal. By using this method of farming the farm are able to be kept clean with minimum usage of water and the animals would be in their natural environment as the temperature in the barn is kept cool similar to the weather in Australia. As such we are able to bring the best breed of Saanan dairy goat from Australia to our farm in Balik Pulau, Penang, Malaysia.
The advantage of having the best breed of goat will result in higher production of milk per animal, better quality of milk (no harmful bacteria), with good nutritious value and taste. All these benefits will be passed down to the consumer and for the first time in Penang consumers will be able to enjoy hygienically produced goat’s milk with high quality and good taste (without the goaty smell) .
Direction to Balik Pulau Goat Farm