I inquired about goat's milk and was disappointed with the outcome. The goat farmer I contacted does not sell goat's milk, just shares of a goat, which then gives you a specific amount of milk during the times that she's giving milk and leaving you fresh out of luck when she's dry. The monthly fee is more than it costs me to buy organic cow's milk at the supermarket, and I prefer cow's milk anyway. So, I guess we won't be taking the goat's milk route (thankfully - I was dreading that one a bit).
I know we don't need any more contributors to the world of ranting bloggers, but I must at least say that I'm not a fan of the "buying a share approach" to Community Supported Agriculture. I would much rather support community agriculture by going to the farmer's market and purchasing the local produce that my family chooses. It doesn't strike me as sustainable that we all pay a monthly fee to get a basket of what the farmer chooses, regardless of what we might choose.