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How to Get Your Goats Ready for Fall

How to Get Your Goats Ready for Fall

Preparing your goats for the fall is essential for keeping them happy and healthy. The changing weather can decrease vegetable growth and bring colder, wet weather. The fall also means breeding is just around the corner, and your care routine may need some...
Caring for Goats Year Round — How to Keep Them Happy

Caring for Goats Year Round — How to Keep Them Happy

Goats are wonderful animals to have around the house or farm. They all have their own unique personalities that many of us can quickly fall in love with. So it’s only natural that we would want to know everything we can about caring for goats and keeping them happy....
Goat Kidding Season 101

Goat Kidding Season 101

Are you ready for kidding season? If you’ve got a pregnant doe, you might be wondering what you need to do to give your goats the best chance of coming out happy and healthy. Follow these simple tips and tricks to keep your goat on track to having a successful birth....

Got Goats? Moo-ve Over Cows!

Milk and cookies are as American as apple pie and ice cream.  They still are, but now cows and their milk are getting a run for their money and having to mooo-over to make way for dairy goats.  Dairy goats are the decade’s fastest growing livestock segment in America...
Goat’s Milk ~ Not Just for Drinking

Goat’s Milk ~ Not Just for Drinking

GMO, non-GMO, organic, free-range, all natural, and chemical free are all terms that most of us have grown accustomed to seeing when reading the labels of the food that we put in our bodies.  The closer the food is to being all natural, the better it is for us and our...
Kidding: Heartache & Heartwarming

Kidding: Heartache & Heartwarming

April showers bring May flowers, but April also ushers in the arrival of many newborn goat kids.  If you are a goat owner and have made it thru a kidding season then you know the heartwarming and sometimes heartache of kidding season.  On average in the U.S., 14...
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