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PrintEstonian owner of goat farm eyes Baltic market

BC, Tallinn, 06.03.2013.
Estonian owner of a goat farm Martin Repinski – has successfully developed his business in Estonia, and mulls conquering pan-Baltic market, Estonian news portal Dv.ee reports, writes LETA.


The Ida-Virumaa enterprise based in a region near to Johvi and Sillamae has been developing smoothly over a year, and now might expand to Latvian and Estonian markets.


Currently, Repinski's goat farm is the largest farm of that kind in Estonia.


There are 400 goats at this farm. About one months ago alpacas inhabited this farm as well. These are even-toed farm animals, which produce wool used for making clothes, plaids and blankets.


The farm hosts tourists telling them about this unusual type of business.