How to Raise Goats on a Small Lot

So you want goats, but you think you can't even think about it unless you sell your quarter acre lot and move to a farm with acres and acres of pasture. Does that sound about right? Wrong! You can get started today! Right where you are. You can totally raise goats on...

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5 Overlooked Goat Breeds

Everyone knows the big meat and dairy goat breeds like Saanen and Boer, but here are 5 overlooked goat breeds that may be just right for your homestead!

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Space Requirements for Goats

How much space do goats really need? Learn all about the space requirements for goats to give them the best shelter and pasture for healthy and happy lives!

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Homemade Goat Electrolytes

Electrolytes can rehydrate your goats when they are sick and get some nutrition back in their bodies. Learn how to make your own goat electrolytes at home!

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How to Copper Bolus a Goat

  opper deficiency in goats is very common and can cause all sorts of health problems if left untreated. We live in an area that is pretty deficient in copper amounts in the soil, which means loose minerals aren't enough when it comes to...

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Raising Goats 101: All About Bucks in Rut

  When it comes to raising goats the girls get all the glory. After all they are the one having the babies and producing all that milk for your family, but the truth is no babies or milk will be produced without a male goat to help things along. Many small...

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B Vitamins and Your Goat’s Health

  B Vitamins, especially Vitamin B12 and B1 (or Thiamine), are extremely important to your goat's health. A healthy goat will produce all the necessary B Vitamins in its rumen and excrete any excess through the urine daily. If your goat is ill, particularly if it...

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