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If you’re just starting out at caring for goats, you might have no idea where to begin. That’s why we have put together this beginner’s guide just for you.

Are you a farmer? Or maybe you’re interested in rearing goats. Whatever the case, you’re going to need to know how to build a fence to keep your goats safe.

Knowing the right breed to add to your homestead can make or break the efficiency of your farming plans. In fact, there are roughly 200 types!

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The Best Goats To Farm At The Homestead

Introduction Choosing to keep goats on the home farm can produce a consistent supply of goat milk and meat. In general, goats are great at foraging fields, like a form of manual lawn mowing. Additionally, many experienced goat farmers love raising goats for their eccentric

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Everything You Need To Know About Goat Fencing

Introduction Are you a farmer? Or maybe you’re interested in rearing goats. Whatever the case, you’re going to need to know how to build a fence in order to keep your goats safe and contained. In this article, we’re going to cover everything you need

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A Beginner’s Guide To Setting Up A Goat Farm

Any experienced farmer knows that goat rearing –– the process of raising and breeding domestic goats to eventually farm their meat, milk, skins, and fibers –– has been around since forever. This is because goats are multi-functional animals, who can produce an array of products

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A Beginner’s Guide To Caring For Goats

Introduction If you’re just starting out at caring for goats, you might have no idea where to begin. Or perhaps you have little to no idea about goats but you’re interested in rearing some. In any case, you probably at least know what a goat

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Your Guide to Goat Farming

Introduction Humans have been rearing livestock for centuries. Poultry and cattle are the most common and well-known, but what many people tend to overlook is the goat farming industry. Goat-farming can be found especially in countries like the Philippines, Nepal, and India, where the weather

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