2021 QUESTA STUDIO ART TOUR
MOHAIR, WOOL, AND YARN
Our mohair come from our dear Angora goat, Lucille. Hopefully we'll have more joining her soon! Her fleece gets processed and spun into yarn at the Mora Valley Spinning Mill. We also sell churro wool yarn, and have some for fiber for felting and other projects. All of our yarn is single-ply, and is either a rug weight or a blanket weight. We have some natural colors, and some are dyed with locally foraged plants. We hope you like it!
GOAT DAIRY PRODUCTS
Our dairy goats are Nigerian Dwarf Goats, a breed whose milk is richer and sweeter than other goat milk. We sell chèvre here at the farm, as well as through local vendors and other farms. We also sell milk through a herd share program. All dairy products are raw.
We strive to provide the healthiest products possible to you! We also try to support other local producers, and collectively work toward healthier land management practices for Taos County agriculture.
We're proud to have some of the most beautifully colorful eggs around! Our hens are healthy and happy, and come in breeds and colors as diverse as the eggs they lay. Even with a flock of over 60 hens, we can almost never keep up with demand, so don't hesitate to check ahead for availability. We also have hatching eggs for both African geese and chickens available in the spring, and sometimes sell barnyard mix chicks and goslings. Goose eggs are available seasonally, as geese only lay about 30 eggs each year.
At 8000 ft. and in a desert, our growing season is extremely short, the sun is incredibly intense, and water is a precious resource. Growing vegetables is not our main focus; however, we have an acre of market gardens that allow potatoes, onions, garlic, corn, and squash to thrive. These row crops are available seasonally.