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Hi I'm Leslie

I'm a full-time farmer in Western Wisconsin where I raise meat goats and sheep on pasture using regenerative and rotational grazing practices.

I created this website because
I had so many people reaching out, both locally and beyond, wanting to know more about how I was raising and marketing goats.

I also recognized that it IS so hard to find information in this space. I wanted to share what I've learned along the way and reduce your time searching the depths of the internet.


Featured on the For the Love of Goats Podcast

Recently I was featured on Thrifty Homesteader’s For the Love of Goats Podcast, where I talked about about marketing goat meat farming and online sales with goat breeder, author and host Deborah Niemann.

About the podcast episode

If you’re raising goats for meat or other products, marketing is a big part of any successful business. Luckily Leslie had a background in marketing before starting Cylon Rolling Acres. Now they have online sales, including a “farm club” subscription, which is similar to a CSA.

On this episode of For the Love of Goats, Leslie chats with host Deborah Niemann about what she does to market her goat meat and how she uses social media, search engine optimization (SE_O), and her farm e-newsletter to drive traffic to the Cylon Rolling Acres website.

Listen to the audio interview

Listen to the For the Love of Goats Podcast interview below or on your favorite podcast platform.

About the podcast

For the Love of Goats is a podcast focused on all things goats. Host and author Deborah Niemann interviews experts and goat lovers to learn more about how to improve the health and production of goats, and even how to start businesses related to goats. You can learn more about for the Love of Goats podcast here.

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