goat-journal

Before You Start a Goat Dairy Farm …
March 14, 2019 · · Home Dairy

Many goat owners, at some point, wonder about beginning a goat dairy farm, be it a hobby or to supplement income. It can be a daunting task to undergo, not to mention the laws of certain states make it nearly impossible to sell milk or dairy products. I interviewed established owners to discover what they did, what worked, and their limitations.

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Goat Cast Steals The Show
March 14, 2019 · · Ownership

Add to Favorites A daring theater production staged a bold innovation — a goat cast live on stage! Royal Court Theatre, London, England, ran the play from November 24 to …

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Scrapie in Goats, and Other Prion Diseases
March 14, 2019 · · Health

Scrapie in goats is just one of several prion diseases. They have no cure and can bring down an entire goat or sheep operation with one diagnosis. But what are prion diseases and why won’t antibiotics help?

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Odin the Fearless LGD Dog: No Goat Left Behind!

Add to Favorites By Lacey Hughett –  When danger or disaster strikes, good LGD dogs like Odin are priceless. They turn potentially tragic stories into triumphs. In 2017, multiple wildfires …

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Phukamyao: Modern Goat Farming in Thailand
March 14, 2019 · · Ownership

Add to Favorites Caring hearts, and a shared passion for both modern goat farming and sustainability of the land, commonly join souls in the same region — or across continents. …

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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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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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Historical Background of Alpine Goats

Goats, including Alpine goats, are believed to be the first animal domesticated by man. Bones of goats have been found in caves along with evidence of human inhabitation of those caves.

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Raising Goats Can Lead to Four-Legged Best Friends

Raising goats throughout your life can result in having hundreds of goats leaving hoof prints on your heart and memories that go deeper than the pages of a scrapbook.

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How to Can Milk

While frozen milk will taste more like fresh, it takes up a lot of space in the freezer. It costs money and energy to keep it frozen. Canning milk is one way to preserve your milk and save energy at the same time.

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