By Rosemary Grant from Tunnel 7254
In Tasmania, people are having to wait for up to a year to buy goats because of a spike in demand.
Dairy goats are just one of the classes of livestock that are highly sought after now the drought in Tasmania has ended.
Two of the people increasing the animal's popularity are dairy goat farmers, Gina and Mike Butler, who are milking more than 300 goats at their farm in north eastern Tasmania.
They've just opened a cheese room for public tastings, at the highest point on their hilly farm near Lilydale.
Gina Butler says her Yondover Farm House Cheesery is part of an evolving, creative enterprise.
"The reward I get when I make cheese is immense," Gina said.
"I see this milk come straight from Mike's milking area into my vat where I pasteurise it ,and within a few hours, or a couple of days with some of the cheeses I make, I've got all these piles of little cheeses."
"There's that whole sense of creativity and you just sort of go to the end of the day and think, wow, that was a really productive day, I've made this milk and I've made this fantastic array of cheeses."