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Theresa Miller

Theresa Miller lives in a small ranching town in Idaho, where she and her husband own and operate a small engine repair shop called Cycles, Sleds & Saws. Her spare time is divided between reading, writing, cooking, gardening, picking huckleberries and learning new things. Her favorite hobby is talking to people about things they are passionate about.
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Articles by Theresa Miller

Weed Eating Goats Tackle a Noxious Problem
May 23, 2019 · · Ownership

Add to Favorites This is the secret life of weed eating goats. Imagine being trained to love a certain food. You start at home as a kid eating it with …

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The Secret Life of a Goat Caddy
March 14, 2019 · · Kids' Corner, Ownership

Add to Favorites In the mountains of Oregon, 150 young goats applied to a rigorous training program for a job that promised to rescue them from the dead-end restaurant service …

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A Weekend at Rendy
March 14, 2019 · · Ownership

Add to Favorites I pulled into the 2018 North American Pack Goat Association (NAPgA) Rendezvous nervous and unsure of what to expect. My nervousness lasted about 10 minutes and by …

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The Secret Life of Rodeo Goats
March 14, 2019 · · Kids' Corner

Add to Favorites What is life like for rodeo goats? Imagine being a young goat, old enough to leave your mother, curious about life, and ready for all the adventure …

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Goats of Anarchy – Rescue With a Side of Cute
March 14, 2019 · · Kids' Corner

Add to Favorites What happens to critically ill or injured goats? If they are very, very lucky, they get sent to a goat rescue and sanctuary. In Annondale, New York, …

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Battle Born Livestock: Kids Raising Boer Goat Kids
March 14, 2019 · · Kids' Corner

Add to Favorites The Parson family’s Boer goat farming project has busted way beyond 4-H. Siblings Emma, Aurora, and Bodie Parsons own their own herd of meat goats. They have been …

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Have You Tried Goat Yoga?
March 14, 2019 · · Kids' Corner

Though it’s a new concept, goat yoga grows because it offers exercise, relaxation, and friendly goats that climb on participants as they practice.

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Chèvre Cheese With Rascleberry Appetizer
March 14, 2019 · · Home Dairy

Add to Favorites Chèvre cheese is a soft mild cheese made from goat milk. It is a simple two ingredient recipe, perfect for the beginning cheesemaker like myself. The first …

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