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Best Goat Bedding: A Guide to the Best Bedding for Goats in 2022

goat bedding

Raising goats can be a handful, especially for beginners. There are many things to consider, such as food, shelter, and goat bedding.  When it comes to the best bedding for goats, you have plenty of choices in the market. The decision is going to be up to you as a goat owner. The best thing […]

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All You Need To Know About Goat Farming

Goat Farming

Goat farming means different things to different keepers. Like cattle, goats are raised for either their meat or milk. But, goat farmers also raise these animals for their hair, to make a truly soft leather from their hide, to collect their droppings to make both fertilizer and an alternative type of fuel, and also to […]

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All You Need To Know About Goat Breeds

goat breeding

There are more than 300 different goat breeds roaming in pastures around the globe. They are dairy goats, meat goats, fiber goats, and miniature goat breeds that are all heralded for their various benefits around and offerings. There is no right or wrong goat breed to keep. But, discovering the best goat breed to suit […]

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All You Need To Know About Meat Goats

meat goat

Raising meat goats on the homestead offers lean and naturally raised protein for the dinner table and an opportunity to earn some extra cash to funnel back into your sustainable and self-reliant efforts. Owning a large or even medium acreage homestead is unnecessary to keep quality meat goats. The miniature Pygmy goat breed offers the […]

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Goat Milk

goat milk

Goat milk – how does it compare to cow milk and sheep milk? Are you curious about the differences between goat, cow, and sheep milk? Many people are surprised to learn that all three types of milk have unique benefits and drawbacks. This post will compare the three kinds of milk in terms of taste, […]

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Raising Goats for Meat

meat goats

Many people think of goats as cute little animals that live in the barnyard and eat hay. In reality, goats are versatile creatures that you can use for various purposes on a small farm. This includes raising goats for meat. If you’re thinking about adding goat meat to your farmstead diet or just curious about […]

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How Many Goats Should I Have?

how many goats should i get

You want to bring home another goat to the herd. But you ask yourself, how many goats should I have? If you have to ask yourself this question, then this article is just for you. You will learn how many goats are too many and how many are just right. Raising goats for beginners can […]

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The Goat Breed Guide

goat breed guide

There are more than 300 different goat breeds roaming in pastures around the globe.  Dairy goats, meat goats, fiber goats, and miniature goat breeds are all heralded for their various benefits and offerings.  There is no right or wrong goat breed to keep. But, discovering the best goat breed to suit your needs and space […]

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Learn More About Fainting Goats

Learn More About Fainting Goats

Tennessee Fainting goats, or myotonic goats, are often kept as merely entertaining farm pets but are actually bred to be a high-quality meat goats. This American goat breed does not actually faint but merely stiffens up and falls over sideways when startled due to a hereditary condition known as myotonia congenita. Fainting goats are also […]

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Smallest Goat Breed

pygora goats

The smallest goat breed honors actually belong to two different varieties of goat – the Kinder and the Pygora. Both of these miniature goat breeds were developed from cross-breeding specific established breeds to create a small stature goat that also excelled in producing meat, dairy, or fiber. The Pygora goat is a cross between a […]

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