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First provincially dairy goat farm in the Fraser Valley is owned by Mrs Jacob Roggwiller of Straiton Road. Requirements for approved premises are almost identical to those for regular dairy farms, including white-washed barn, separate milk house and adequate milk cooling facilities. Mr Roggwiller built and installed the facilities needed to meet the standards. Mrs. Roggwiller, who came to the area 14 years ago from Switzerland, has 16 milking goats, two billy goats and some 12 kids that she is raising. She first became interested in goats when she visited her aunt during the summers in Switzerland. She bought her first goat 12 years ago and has now built up a herd of Saanen and Turgenburg goats. On the farm there is a 18 month old collie that Mrs Roggwiller is gradually training to round up the goats when it is time to milk them. Task of training is a difficult one for both dog and mistress as the goats sometimes object to being driven and have been known to lift the dog off the ground with their horns. Mrs Roggwiller hopes to sell goat's milk when she can arrange to have it pasteurized. Sale of unpasteurized milk in the lower mainland is not authorized.