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A Beginner’s Guide to the Best Goats for Milk
February 23, 2020 · · Home Dairy

There are many good reasons for raising dairy goats, and this article is the best place to start for more information about the best goats for milk.

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Keeping Goats With Chickens
January 22, 2020 · · Ownership

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.

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Can Goats Eat Christmas Trees? and More Questions About Goat Health

Katherine Drovdahl  MH CA CR CEIT DipHIr QTP answers your questions about winter bedding and goat diarrhea that won’t stop! Plus: can goats eat Christmas trees?

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Breed Profile: Pygmy Goats
November 2, 2019 · · Goat Breeds

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.

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How to Prevent Foot Rot in Goats
October 19, 2019 · · Health

Add to Favorites Have you seen your goat limping? While it is not the cause of all limping and soreness, foot rot in goats should be suspected. All hoofed animals …

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Selecting a Dairy Goat Breed
August 3, 2019 · · Home Dairy

Add to Favorites The fun of having goats starts with choosing which goat breed to get and plenty are available to choose from. More than 200 goat breeds have been …

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Listeriosis in Goats: Dangers of Feeding Moldy Hay
July 24, 2019 · · Feed & Housing

Circling Disease and Silage Sickness are other names for listeriosis in goats, commonly associated with feeding moldy hay.

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The Evolution of a Dairy Farming Business Plan

The small family dairy farm in Indiana run by Alan Yegerlehner produces grass-fed milk products, marketed from their pasture dairy. This has been their dairy farming business plan for generations.

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Do You Know the Difference Between Goats and Sheep?
March 14, 2019 · · Kids' Corner, Ownership

Do you know the difference between goats and sheep? I know, being a fiber goat shepherd, I often see people who mistake one species for the other.

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One Teat, Two Teats … A Third Teat?

Add to Favorites You weren’t expecting a third teat when you flipped over that new kid, were you? If they breed goats long enough, every person is going to see …

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