Learn How to Handle Raw Milk Safely| The Flip Flop Barnyard
Raw milk is a delicious and healthy food for your family, Learning how to properly handle raw milk ensures great tasting and safe milk....
Making a goat play ramp structure at Boiling Wells for St Werburghs City farm
A blog by a Bristol UK based woodcarver, with current woodcarving and other projects that I'm involved in, my courses and youth work, and lots more.
Pygmy Goats as Pets. Pygmy Goats, Mini Goats or Dwarf Goats: Facts and Information. Raising, Breeding, Keeping, Milking, Food, Care, Health and Where
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Make Your Own Teat Wash For Your Dairy Animals | The Homestead Survival
If you have dairy animals weather you have cows or goats this recipe for homemade teat wash will keep your milk clean and help to prevent infection in the
10 Goat Medications No Goat Owner Should Be Without
A well stocked medical cabinet can mean the difference between life and death. Keep these 10 goat medications on hand to keep your herd healthy!
How to Band a Goat: 15 Steps (with Pictures)
Banding baby goats, or "kids," is a method used to castrate them before they reach sexual maturity. An elastic band constricts the flow of blood to the testis and scrotum, leaving them to die and fall off in approximately 2...
Free Goat Health eCourse! - The Organic Goat Lady
Spread the loveGoat Health eCourse! Are you worried about keeping your goats healthy? Are you worried that you won’t know how to diagnose illnesses in your goats? Are you worried that you won’t give your goats what they need to prevent illnesses? The Goat Health eCourse will walk you through some of the most common illnesses that can affect goats as well as the symptoms that each illness presents. Then we will discuss the best ways to prevent these illnesses so that your goats can…
Nigerian Dwarf Goats - Chaffhaye
These days miniature is in. From tiny phones to compact cars, everyone seems to love the convenience of small! Maybe that’s why the Nigerian Dwarf is such a popular breed.