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*Goats Raising For Beginners* Kindle edition —> FREE
Posted by: steve...
Date: June 10, 2021 09:56PM
The Most Comprehensive Guide To Raise Healthy Goats And Make Your Own Milk And Cheese. Learn The Best Tips And Tricks To Always Have A Happy Herd

Goats are one of the most versatile animals you can own, and raising them on your property can help you achieve a more sustainable lifestyle.


I had considered getting one (or renting one) when I had a lot full of Black Berries to deal with.

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Re: *Goats Raising For Beginners* Kindle edition —> FREE
Posted by: Rolando
Date: June 10, 2021 11:46PM
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Re: *Goats Raising For Beginners* Kindle edition —> FREE
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: June 11, 2021 06:04PM one can raise another....Michael Jordan [ G.O.A.T. ].......????


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Re: *Goats Raising For Beginners* Kindle edition —> FREE
Posted by: deckeda
Date: June 11, 2021 09:41PM
I do like goat cheese. But ours (we have 3) are males. The friend we bought them from said males are easier to deal with despite the bit of added aggression at times. OMG it’s just as I expected! smiling smiley

ProTip: They very much know to “stay in their lane.” Put a collar and leash on just one and the others will follow. At first we did this with the big one (he’s pushing 200+ lbs and they grow bigger) but when my 15 yr old couldn’t handle him they realized a leash on one of the smaller ones worked just as well.
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