The goat farm

Our goat farm at 1200 m above sea level

The Blüemlisberg mountain without goats? That would be unimaginable today. These animals offer so many opportunities for innovative and sustainable farming.


Our home is the goat farm on the Blüemlisberg mountain, located in a unique landscape. Here, humans, animals, pleasure, nature and relaxation all come together with one another.


The Blüemlisberg goat farm opened in the autumn of 2017. It provides comfortable barns for the animals as well as plenty of climbing routes up and down the mountain for the goats. The herd has plenty of space in the bright barn b..

The Blüemlisberg mountain without goats? That would be unimaginable today. These animals offer so many opportunities for innovative and sustainable farming.


Our home is the goat farm on the Blüemlisberg mountain, located in a unique landscape. Here, humans, animals, pleasure, nature and relaxation all come together with one another.


The Blüemlisberg goat farm opened in the autumn of 2017. It provides comfortable barns for the animals as well as plenty of climbing routes up and down the mountain for the goats. The herd has plenty of space in the bright barn building so that each animal can find their own comfortable place to relax. Lower ranking animals thus experience less stress, which in turn has a positive effect on their wellbeing and the quality of their milk.


Our goats are fed using only the roughage produced at 1200 m above sea level. The herbs found on the mountain contain less usable protein but provide many essential herb oils that have a positive effect on the health of the animals and the quality of our products.


Our animals are treated, where possible, using homeopathic remedies should they become ill. We take great care to prevent our animals experiencing problems and to ensure their wellbeing. We also ensure they get plenty of exercise, time in the pasture and handle them with care to keep the goats fit and healthy at all ages.


Starting with 90 goats and six Galloway cows, our goat herd grows each spring with the arrival of more than 100 babies. Our goats breed seasonally. They are therefore not milked for a period of about three months. This ensures they can enjoy a well-earned break.


Good for the goats – good for us!

Short film Discover our location in 3D

Business data

Total farm area: 41.8 hectares Agricultural area: 26.8 hectares Forest, meadows, water: 15 hectares 

Zone category: Mountain zone III Elevation: 1‘200 m above sea level 

Livestock: Saanen goats, chamois coloured goats and Galloway cows  Marketing: Direct 

Products made using the finestSchweizgoat’s milk from the heart of Switzerland