Make that birthday, anniversary, proposal, or ordinary day the best ever with a Goat-A-Gram!


What is a Goat-A-Gram?

A Goat-A-Gram is a special delivery made to a friend or loved one for special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, retirement, proposals, or just an ordinary day. A beautiful bouquet of flowers will be delivered by one of our adorable goats. We will bring goat treats to feed the goat during your 30 minute goat snuggle session. What a fun gift!



 Our Goat-A-Grams are $125, which includes delivery of a bouquet of flowers, 30 minute visit with one of our goats, and goat treats to feed. Gift baskets of our goat milk bath products are available starting at $20. Special requests are welcome, some additional charges may apply.



We currently deliver to the Evansville, Newburgh, Boonville, Henderson area. Please contact us for rates farther than 25 miles from our farm.


How To Schedule:

Fill out the form below or email Jill at blueheronridingacademy@gmail.com with the date/time desired and location. Please allow 1-2 business days for a response. Bookings are responded to in the order they are received. Once we have an agreed upon date & time, we will email you an invoice for payment. Goat-A-Grams must be paid in full and in advance. No refunds- except if Blue Heron Farm must cancel for any reason. We will alert you ASAP and issue a full refund.


Goat-A-Gram FAQ

  • Any No-no's? Please, no dogs are allowed to meet the goat. Also, make sure the person you are sending the Goat-A-Gram to is around and available when the surprise visit is going to take place. Please don't feed the goat any human food.
  • Can we feed the goat? Tasty goat treats will be brought along so that you may enjoy feeding them.
  • Can we hold the goat? Of course! They are very friendly and love people! The goat will be on a leash, so you can go for a little walk too. If you have a fenced outdoor area, that would be an ideal place to play with the goat.
  • Any preparations needed? We'd appreciate it if there's no food or plants at goat level, or any other small items that they could eat.
  • Are the goats potty trained? No, goats are farm animals and not easy to potty train. If your surprise is taking place indoors, the goat will be wearing bloomers to help keep any accidents contained.