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Goats are known for their stomachs of steel, but some plants can make them sick.
  Radio interview source: Jean-Marie Luginbuhl, Extension Meat Goat Specialist, North Carolina State University Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below When our goats are out on...
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Caroline took her 4-H goats to the fairgrounds to be weighed and entered into the system for the county fair. She entered five goats and they each weighed between 40 and 60 pounds. They screamed like...
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Springtime in the country means one thing: babies!
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From My Place To Yours: Early Spring 2012
The best time of year to live on an acreage is in the spring. It's also the busiest and most stressful time, full of life and death. Two years ago, my family and I experienced a terrible kidding...
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The Living the Country Life TV series is now in its second season on RFD-TV. Here's a look at some things that took place behind the cameras, courtesy of host Betsy Freese.
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When you're living the country life, fair time is a huge deal! Here are some favorite fair photos from our readers and staff.
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Billy the goat has grown up on Betsy's blog. Here are a few pages from his scrapbook!
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Our readers love their goats! Meet some of the adorable animals they've posted in our ShareMy gallery and on our Facebook page.
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Insects and parasites that bother sheep will often attack goats as well. Keep your animals healthy and treat them as soon as you notice any signs of an insect presence.
Radio interview source: Lee Townsend, Extension Entomologist, University of Kentucky Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Sheep and goats are susceptible to being pestered by many...
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Ideas for keeping goats corralled
Goats are difficult to corral because they love to jump and climb. One fencing option that is convenient, flexible, and cost effective is electric fence. At Rumbleway Farm near Conowingo, Maryland,...

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