Welcome to Opera House Farm
Opera House Farm
We are a small family farm whose story began in 1979 when a young couple with their two kids bought land in Vershire, Vermont and built a house with a dream of homesteading.
Over the years, almost every member of the family has spent time living in the house, dubbed the Burrow in 2016. Now, over 40 years later, that dream is becoming a reality. Our family raises registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats and Jacob Sheep and maintains over 120 acres of protected forest land, opening soon to the public for hikes, tours, and retreats.
Discover Our Farm
What We Do
Nigerian Dwarf Goats
Registered Nigerian Dwarf Goats
We have registered bucklings, doelings, and wethers available for sale, starting in the summer.
Registered Jacob Sheep
We have registered Jacob lambs available for sale each spring or meat for sale in the fall.
In addition to our land in Vershire, we hay ~20 acres of land in Chelsea, VT and offer certified organic hay.
If you have questions or want information on visiting Opera House Farm, call us (802) 333–9102 or use the form below.
People behind the Farm
Get to know our family.
Amanda & Christopher
Amanda and Christopher met in 2018 and bonded early over a shared dream of one day running a small farm. They married in 2020 and have been working hard to fulfill their dream.
Helen & Gregory
Amanda’s parents, Helen and Gregory met in Florida and have been married over 30 years. When all of Helen’s kids moved north, she and Gregory happily followed and have been tending the land in Vershire ever since.
Amanda and Chris have two kids (so far!) Theo was born in April 2019 and has already displayed a love of all things farming, particularly machines with wheels! Mina was born in March 2021 and loves spending time with her big brother.