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Kodiak, Alaska

Integrated Farming Practices

"Where no oxen are, the trough is clean; but increase comes by the strength of an ox." Proverbs 14:4

We have a diverse and interconnected agricultural system that harmoniously combines different species and components to achieve multiple benefits, including increased productivity, environmental sustainability, and resilience to external challenges.  You'll find a vibrant, mixed species farm beaming with life. 

At our farm, we truly embrace a hands-on approach and place great value on the time we invest in caring for our animals. It's not just about the products we produce; it's about the sheer joy we find in the work itself, the genuine care we provide, and the profound impact it has on our mental and physical well-being. We aim to blend the best of our ancestors' farming practices with our modern-day knowledge and expertise, creating a holistic presence that encompasses the entire farm. 

Kelli Foreman

Mom, Loves Jesus and Goats, Dairy Farmer Extraordinaire 

small farms are the mightiest 


Commonly Asked Questions

  • Are bears your biggest predator?
    Surprisingly no. We do have bears and have lost a couple pigs that were behind a 10,000 volt electric wire to one, but our biggest predators are eagles and domestic dogs.
  • Why do you separate your baby goats at birth?
    EAch farm has their own way of doing this. This has become our best option. The first colostrum is so important and I want to make sure each kid gets their fair share. For me I am a nuture over nature in this area. I want all the kids to live, thrive and have a solid connection with me their farmer. By bottle raising the babies I have such a better relationship with what turn into the milkers on the farm.
  • Whats it like having a farm in Alaska
    The very best way to see the day to day life I have is finding me over on instagram @kodiakgoatdairy. I love sharing my day to day life.

“We embraces traditional skills, community-sufficiency, and a deep connection to the land and nature.”

Kelli Foreman
Meet the Animals
We have a mixed species diversified farm where every animal helps the other. 

Farm Features 

Dr. Oakley Yukon Vet 

We've had the opportunity to be on multiple episodes of Dr. Oakley.  Below is one of them. 

Alaska Grown

March 31, 2022

Kodiak Daily Mirror

September 7th, 2021


Kodiak farm starts producing Alaska’s only Grade-A goat dairy

Iris Samuels

"Kodiak receives the majority of its food by barge. However, this month, the Baptist Mission Heritage Farm started producing the only Grade-A goat dairy in Alaska, having recently acquired the certification necessary to sell its product commercially."

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