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Purdue Extension hosting a webinar for sheep and goat producers 7-9 p.m. EST Dec. 3, 2015.
The Purdue and the Kentucky Extension services will present a live webinar for sheep and goat producers 7-9 p.m. EST Dec. 3. Experts will provide their perspective on small-ruminant health and...
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You can get a pretty close estimate of the age of a goat by taking a look at her teeth. Even more important than learning how old the goat is, you'll be able to get an idea how much longer she...
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On a small acreage, a herd of goats is much more manageable than dairy cows, and they come with a lot of the same benefits. Goat's milk can be used in dozens of ways! Check out our 7 favorite...
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Managing worms in your sheep can be as simple as looking at their eyes
Sheep and goats on pasture are susceptible to a parasite called the “barber pole worm.” It feeds on blood from the animal’s stomach wall, which can result in anemia and other health...
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Keep those little Houdinis from escaping
Anyone who raises goats probably has a few ornery ones who think they have the run of the place, and manage to escape from every pen they’re put in. A goat will take every opportunity to get...
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Kids and goats make great friends! These adorable photos shared by our readers prove it!
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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!
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Fainting goats are family-friendly for the Bedwells.
  In 2006, Tahra and Don Bedwell of New Virginia, Iowa, wanted to get their daughter, Hanna, a pet. Instead of a dog or a cat, they purchased a fainting goat, a breed known for its docile...
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10 things you didn't know about goats.
Check out these fun facts about your favorite farm animal!
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Learn about Saanen goat characteristics and breed standards.
Learn about Saanen goat characteristics and breed standards.

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