Keeping goats with chickens is possible and can benefit both species.So you’ve had chickens for a while and are enjoying those awesomely flavorful homegrown eggs.
For most goat people, the benefits of owning a goat far outweigh the hard work and high learning curve. Yes, they can be destructive little escape artists, but they can also give you these 10 life-enhancing benefits.
Pygmy goats are of West African origin and are characterized by their short legs and face due to genetic dwarfism. Their sturdy bodies and hardiness confer utility in their native countries.
Thinking about raising goats for milk? There are many goat milk benefits, including making goat cheese or learning how to make goat milk soap.
Meet a special type of caprine: Therapy goats. They’re on an important mission: To bring love, affection, laughter, and calmness to people ailing in mind, body, or spirit.
The Saanen goat is the largest of the dairy goat breeds. Growing to 130 to 145 pounds, the Saanen breed is one of the best goats for milk.
Accidental Ricotta. Isn’t all cheese intentional? Perhaps making ricotta cheese at home started with an ancient accident.
A homesteader’s kitchen arsenal includes knowledge of crafting dairy products.
Learning how to dehorn a goat is a task to understand before breeding, if you are preparing to keep a milking doe. Early disbudding makes the horn buds unable to become full-sized horns.
Where can you find a homemade buttermilk recipe to suit your cooking needs? And is making buttermilk difficult?
Learning how to pasteurize milk at home is just one facet of owning dairy animals. A crucial one.