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Raising Goats

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95 Things Goats Can Eat and 60 They Cannot • New Life On A Homestead

Feeding goats properly is essential to the overall health of the herd, and to the success of any meat goat, dairy goat, or fiber goat homesteading

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How to Care for Goats in Winter- What You NEED to Know!

Caring for goats in winter takes extra work and effort on your part. Learn what you need to know about raising goats in snow and cold temperatures...

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How to Build a Goat Shed with a Loft Bed for Almost $0

Do you want a cheap option for a goat shelter? Try a loft bed! Here's how to build a goat shed for practically $0 (if you already have the tools)

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Goat Hoof Trimming Made Easy - Backyard Goats

Goat hoof trimming is a necessary part of keeping and raising goats. When a goat cooperates, hoof trimming can easily and smoothly fit into your regular maintenance routine.

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Best Goat Feeder *EVER*

Goats are the most seriously wasteful animals ever. We all know there are so many feeder ideas out there. Up-cycling tends to be popular with goats too so there are feeders made fr

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Why Your Goats Need Baking Soda

Learn why you should be providing baking soda for goats; I'll teach you what it is for and how to feed this supplement to your goats.

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Goat's Anatomy & Physiology

 Life Span: Usually 10-14 years Temperature: 38.5-40.5'C Pulse: 70 to 90 beats per minute Respiration: 12 to 20 breaths per minute Ruminal Movements: 1 to 3 minute Rumen pH: 5.5 to 7.0 Teeth: Four pairs of lower incisors that line up with a dental pad on the upper jaw (goats have no upper front teeth), three premolars on each side of the upper and lower jaws, three molars on each side of the upper and lower jaws. Stomach: A four-compartmented organ consisting of a rumen, a reticulum, an omasum and abomasum Intestines: The small intestine is about 24m long and has an average diameter of 2.5cm. It lies on the right side at the rear of the abdominal cavity. Caecum: The caecum marks the junction of the small and large intestines. It's about 20cm long and 5cm diameter. Large intestine: The large intestine is about 5m long. Goat has an extremely adaptable, clever, entertaining, fascinating (and occasionally exasperating!) mind. Adaptability is defined as being able to change to take advantage of the environment.

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Goat Hoof Trimming Made Easy - Backyard Goats

Goat hoof trimming is a necessary part of keeping and raising goats. When a goat cooperates, hoof trimming can easily and smoothly fit into your regular maintenance routine.

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