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What's Going On Here, Ventura County?

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Have you ever driven on the 23 in Ventura County (between Moorpark and Thousand Oaks) and seen all these goats walking the plank high up in the air? It makes for some fun visuals, but the owners of the land do so much more that's worth noting.

You may have bought fruits and veggies from Underwood Family Farms at various farmers markets around town (Hollywood, Culver City, Encino, Brentwood, Hancock Park, Pasadena, Brentwood), so if you're really super curious about where that food comes from, their Moorpark farm is open to the public seven days a week. Once there, you can roll up your sleeves and go pick the fruits and vegetables yourself (you can also just stop by to purchase the produce and for locals, they have a CSA).

As for the goats, they're just hanging out and getting some exercise. Fun!