PRLog - July 17, 2012 - MAE RIM, Thailand -- This educational farm thrives to seed interest in the minds of every generation, encourage upward growth and watch as its participant’
PTIS student with baby goat
The Three-Generation Farm (http://vsp.threegeneration.org/
Home to a herd of goats, they win the heart of every visitor and draw in crowds from across school, Chiang Mai, Thailand and the world. The boarding students adopt them as pets which they attentively take care of everyday after lessons, the farm volunteers cry when it's time to move on and say goodbye to them. The "Young Farmers" members drag their parents to the farm to meet them. It is without doubt the interrelated effects that the goats have on visitors, but furthermore, they play an important role on the farm. Feeding on the Traidhos grounds and helping to keep vegetation to a manageable level, the goats produce manure for the vegetable beds and farm-made compost, but their purpose is much more than just that.
This year the goats have developed into a fully functional dairy herd and have helped to educate farm participants on the origin of milk. Surprisingly, something that today's generation knows little about. PTIS (www.ptis.ac.th)
But after all that, the goats offer one last thing - character. Each goat has a different personality, each visitor warms to a different goat and that is the secret to their popularity. This week, twin girls were born and they will grow up to continue this story and bring smiles to the faces of visitors from across Thailand and the world. You are welcome at anytime to visit the Three-Generation Farm and to see the goats, all you need is bamboo leaves in your hand and we guarantee they will make you smile.