About the Farm
--Hours of Operation
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Dogs, Great Pyrenees
Goats, Nigerian Dwarf
Rabbits, TN Redback
Sheep, Dorper Cross
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[The Farm Store]
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As you round the curve into Germanton, you see our farm.
Buffalo Creek is located in one of the last predominantly agricultural areas in Forsyth County.
During its lifetime, Buffalo Creek Farm has been a cow dairy farm and a fish
farm. Today, it is a dairy goat farm with a few Dorper Cross Hair Sheep,
Hereford/Angus Cross cattle and miniature Zebu cattle. Pasture raised hogs will
be added to our mix in 2013. Buffalo Creek owners also produce rabbits for
training brace beagles for tracking rabbit's footprints and pet rabbits.
Our family has owned the property since 1992 and has worked to restore the farm's buildings and land to erase the signs of five year's worth of neglect and abandonment while constructing a new commercial farm store and Grade B goat dairy. What started as a farm to board the family's four horses, has developed into a dairy goat farm with a small sheep and cattle operation along with rabbits.
Creek bisects our farm and flows to the Dan River.
The stream is home to Riverweed Darter, Etheostoma podostemone. They have large pectoral fins, high dorsal fins, eyes almost on top of head, rounded tail fin, elongated body, blunt nose and terminal mouth, "XW" shaped blotches or evenly spaced spots on side of body, dorsal and tail fins yellow with light orange spots, lower fins dark, and green and yellow body. They live in streams and rivers with clean, loose boulders, rubble and gravel in swift runs and riffles in the Dan River watershed. They eat insects, mites, snails and fish eggs. Eggs are adhesive and laid in clusters under rocks.
Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery, LLC
3241 Buffalo Creek Farm Road
Germanton, NC 27019