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Goat Journal November/December 2022
October 7, 2022 · · Magazine Previews

Add to Favorites Goat Journal November/December 2022 is in homes November 10, but digital and All-Access subscribers can read it NOW! Subscribe to Goat Journal for great stories on raising …

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Goat Journal is 100 Years Old! Celebrate by Entering our Giveaway.
December 30, 2021 · · Giveaways

Enter our giveaway contest now! New prizes announced here every month.

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Can a Premature Kid be Saved?
November 22, 2022 · · Health

Premature kids need immediate intervention and special care. Unfortunately, premature kids often turn into a loss for the farm. Not always, though. Evaluating the needs of a floppy kid as soon as possible helps you make an educated decision about your level of intervention.

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What to do in a Kidding Emergency
November 22, 2022 · · Health

The vast majority of kidding in the goat barn proceed in a normal and healthy manner, but it is good to know what to do in an emergency.

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Preparing for Kidding
November 22, 2022 · · Health

Your doe is pregnant. If you’re a newbie goat-owner, you may not know what’s in store. Here’s a primer to help you out a bit.

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The Doe Code
November 22, 2022 · · Ownership

Oh, the game is strong with this experienced one… She knows the Doe Code all too well! Contractions about a minute apart. Why is our goat in labor tonight?

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The Kidding Kit: Be Ready for Goat Delivery
November 22, 2022 · · Health, Ownership

As with humans, ample planning is needed prior to a goat delivery. And in a perfect world, this exciting time would go by without a hitch, and usually does go well, but sometimes goes wrong in every conceivable way.

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How to Make Butter in Your Kitchen, in Minutes!
November 17, 2022 · · Home Dairy

Follow this short tutorial to learn how to make butter using raw or pasteurized cream, cow or goat milk, cultured or quick, with or without electricity.

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The Basics of Caring for Goats
November 17, 2022 · · Health

When building a herd health program from the ground up, beginning with the basics of caring for goats is best. One needs to consider the basics of the environment for the herd, their nutrition program, hoof care, and fiber care.

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Tips for New Dairy Goat Buyers
November 17, 2022 · · Home Dairy

New dairy goat buyers should remember housing, breed traits, feed, and health before bringing animals home.

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Poisonous Plants for Goats

Do you have poisonous plants for goats on your property? Check this list then consult your local veterinarian, county extension office and your state or local jurisdiction veterinary college can give you a list of additional problem plants often found in your area.

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Avoid Goat Scams
November 8, 2022 · · Members Only, Ownership

Goat scams are becoming more and more common. How can you be sure you are working with a legitimate seller?

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