Can a gay couple fresh from the city live happily on a goat farm?

We'll find out Wednesday at 9PM ET as cabler Green Planet premieres The Fabulous Beekman Boys.

The reality series follows city dwellers Dr. Brent Ridge and author Josh Kilmer-Purcell as they create a self-sustaining organic farm in upstate New York. Their creation is a new lifestyle brand called Beekman 1802. Already on sale on the Internet is an artisan cheese made from goat milk called Blaak, several varieties of goat milk soap and heirloom seed collections.

While Kilmer-Purcell, who wrote about his experience in The Bucolic Plague: From Drag Queen to Goat Farmer, is in it only part-time, spending his weekdays in New York City where he works as an ad executive, Ridge, a self-proclaimed perfectionist, has settled into the simpler life for good.

But the couple soon finds out it's not so simple as they tackle raising 80 goats, two pigs, a dozen chickens and a narcissistic llama.

“They bought the farm … literally!” Fenton Bailey, executive producer of Worlds of Wonder, which is producing the show, said, referring to the Beekman farm. “From wrapping 14,000 bars of organic goat milk soap to organizing a harvest festival to benefit the nearby town of Sharon Springs, Brent and Josh have their work cut out for them, 24/7.”

What's most endearing about the series is the fact that the men are not afraid to show affection for one another on camera, which turns the entire show from a look at two men making a go at a new business venture, to a look at how their relationship works.