The goat farm

Our goat farm at 1200 m above sea level

Our home is located on the Blüemlisberg mountain, 1200 m above sea level, with fantastic views of the Schwyz valleys. We are easily reached using the Sattel-Hochstuckli cable car and an approximately 45-minute stroll along the Rundweg circular mountain trail that takes you around the Engelstock.

News

18.12.2020

Farmshop closed until 28th february 2021

Dear visitors of the Blüemlisberg Due to the BAG decision, our farm shop will be closed until probably 28th february 2021. Should you still visit us during this time, our Hofstübli is ava ..

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29.10.2020

Ambassador of the Blüemlisberg

We are proud to have David Geisser, also known as "Switzerland's next Jamie Oliver", as ambassador of the Blüemlisberg. As a TV-cook and editor of several cookery books, David i ..

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Our products

Everything the heart desires

Goat’s milk is a well-known raw material that can be used to produce a wide range of exquisite, high-quality products. It is this that led us to ensure that we produce, refine and market our products ourselves as much as possible. Ensuring the wellbeing of our animals, sustainable production and innovation are central to what we do. We are passionate about our animals that we keep on the Blüemlisberg mountain and produce authentic handcrafted products.

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Fresh Blüemlisberg goat’s milk is an exclusive natural product. Our goats provide us with their milk and we don’t interfere with them in any way should the amount of milk produced be a little lower than usual. As the weather and seasons change, we sometimes find ourselves with a little less goat’s milk available, meaning that our range of products may be reduced. We kindly ask for your understanding when this happens.


Our goat's milk

Healthy and popular

Fewer allergenic proteins  Milk is an important source of nutrients from birth.  Better fat and protein digestion  The protein composition and smaller fat particles put less stress on our digestive system.  Lower lactose content  Goat’s milk typically contains a little less lactose than cow’s milk  

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