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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Keep careful records Listen to this radio show (MP3 download) or read below. Radio interview source: Dan Buskirk, Extension beef specialist, Michigan State University Our sheep are pigs. And...
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Goats are useful animals on many acreages. Shelter them properly and they will keep the weeds down
Goats don't need a fancy place to live, but they do stress out if they're not protected from the rain, wind, and cold. Keep your goats happy and healthy by providing shelter in their pen or...
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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Happy medium Radio interview source: Linda Spahr, livestock educator, Pennsylvania State University Cooperative Extension When our goats aren't in the barn, they're frolicking around...
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Not only can goats serve as friendly pets, but also they can provide a source of income – a possible lucrative alternative to cattle and sheep.
Raising dairy goats Not only can goats serve as friendly pets, but also they can provide a source of income -- a possible lucrative alternative to cattle and sheep. You might actually be...
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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...
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A goat's horns are a means of self-defense, and they are sharp! Since many acreage goats don't need to defend themselves, consider removing the horns to avoid a problem. Radio interview...
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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...
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Want to raise meat goats? You'll need a few things. With the proper nutrition and living conditions, meat goats are fun to raise. Radio interview source: Dr. Jean-Marie Luginbuhl, Meat Goat...
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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...
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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Diet is important Listen here to the radio mp3 Radio interview source: John Frett, owner, Pinxterbloom Farms Fall is definitely settling in and I've started digging out the sweaters. One...

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