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Whether you want to raise goats for milk, meat, or fiber, or simply as pets, there's a breed that fits the bill!
Fainting goats are a hoot to watch
A hereditary condition called Myotonia Congenita can cause muscles in your legs to stiffen up when you’re tense. Myotonic goats, also known as fainting goats, stiff-legged goats, or wooden-...
Pygmy goats are becoming the new “it” pet for both rural and urban dwellers alike
The cutest farm animals come in pint-sized packages. Adult pygmy goats are about the size of a medium-sized dog, and are a nice fit for owners with limited space. Dori Lowell is the business...
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Spanish goats are often only thought of as brush eaters. But true Spanish goats are a heritage breed, valued for their hardiness and foraging
Radio interview source: Leslie Edmondson, Owner Spanish Goats Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below When the Spanish came to the Americas in the 16th century, they brought goats...
This meat goat from New Zealand is easy to raise, grows to market weight quickly, and will even clean up weeds on your acreage.
A relatively new breed is making a splash in the expanding U.S. meat goat industry. The Kiko goat was developed in New Zealand by crossing feral goats with dairy goats in the 1980s. The goal was...
If you want to raise goats for meat, you can't go wrong with the popular Boer.
If you're looking for an economical meat animal or are interested in making a little extra money, consider raising Boer goats. Originally bred in South Africa, Boers are now one of the principal...
Angora goats make a profit for this small farm in Minnesota.
Getting started With bright purple paint on a 1947 Farmall tractor, a John Deere manure spreader, and a garden fence, Ada Austin attracts attention, especially in the middle of Amish country in...