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Goat health

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Anatomy of doe and buck- goats

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…

Goat Hoof Trimming

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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Hi I know there is a similar question out here , but I thought I would open a new topic. I always have trouble understanding good vs poor conformation....

HELP! How do I safely fatten up a skinny doe? | Page 4 | BackYard Chickens - Learn How to Raise Chickens

We bought/rescued a trio of goats from a man that thought it was OK for goats and pigs to live in the same 10x15 dog lot. They too were VERY skinny...

Caring for your dairy goat simplified. #goats #homestead #farming

Raising animals should not be stressful and confusing; it should be fun and fulfill a need. My dairy goats show as much love to me as I do to them, plus they give us milk for all types of uses. Caring for them needs to be simple because we are busy, but it needs to […]

FAMACHA scoring to identify parasite risk in small ruminants - Farm and Dairy

FAMACHA is an effective, easy-to-use tool everyone from backyard hobbyists to large-scale producers can use on the farm.