Dancing Goats Dairy - Newburyport Neighbors Magazine!

Where do I start with Erin Bligh. She is this amazing, sweet, driven female entrepreneur that has  made her dreams a reality by starting the uber successful business, Dancing Goats Dairy. Why “dancing goats” I asked? Erin told me that oftentimes when she calls the goats to come they often look like they are dancing their way to her (so cute, right?).

Tucked down a little road in Newbury (near the rotary & courthouse) is Dancing Goats Dairy. Because of a Kickstarter Campaign that Erin ran last year, she was able to make some awesome upgrades to the business- automatic filling stations for the goats when they were being milked, a small heated office on-site where Erin could go and warm up or answer emails without having to leave the farm and also a brand new logo. The logo you will see below was their first logo and their current logo was made by a fellow talented female entrepreneur, Kelsy Stromski of Refinery 43 here in Newburyport.

On many weekends when not at the farm, Erin is selling her great array of cheeses at the Newburyport Farmers Market and often brings along baby goats for the kiddos (and adults) enjoyment. Depending on the season, Erin has baby goats for sale too! Besides cheese, she makes soaps, goats milk caramel and even fudge– which I have heard is out of this world yummy! If you can’t wait for the NFM on Sundays, you can always purchase goods right at the farm (41R Parker Street, Newbury MA).

The photos below were shot for the April 2016 issue of Newburyport Neighbors Magazine this past Winter.

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Their new logo!

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