Goats have been kept at Imhoff since the 1960’s, with cheesemaking commencing in the 1990’s. Today, the goat herd of 60+ produce milk of excellent quality. The herd is mostly Saanen, with some British Alpine, Toggenburg and Boerbok bred into the line to ensure high butterfat ratios which gives Imhoff cheese it’s rich, natural taste. A range of Imhoff cheeses are produced in the cheese dairy, by resident cheesemaker Geneve Braaf, and are sold in the Farm Shop. Apart from the commercial goat herd, Imhoff Farm is known for its resident chickens, ducks, emu, cows, horses and other animals, which can be found in the Higgeldy Piggeldy Farmyard.