Dairy owner to share lessons learned in starting creamery

OLYMPIA — Rachael Taylor-Tuller and Matthew Tuller of Lost Peacock Creamery will share lessons they learned in starting their goat dairy during a crop walk Sept. 9.

“Join farmers Rachael Taylor-Tuller and Matthew Tuller of Lost Peacock Creamery as they share their story of how they came to be farmers, why they landed on a goat dairy, and how they are working to create a sustainable business model while sharing some of the harsh and humorous lessons they’ve learned along the way,” according to the event website. “As a veteran farmer, Rachael will talk about farming as a method of healing and guest experts will be on hand to share resources and opportunities that exist for veteran farmers.”

Participants will tour the farm and watch the afternoon milking.

The farm is located at Lost Peacock Creamery 5504 Cross Creek Lane NE, Olympia, Wash. The event begins at noon.

The cost of the event is $15 for students and Tilth Alliance members, and $25 for all others. Go to the event website to register.