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raising goats for beginners What you absolutely positively need to know about raising goats! http://hartnana.com/raising-goats-for-beginners-need-know/

Create a goat playground with old tires - filled with cement helps keep hooves naturally trimmed

I'm gonna Pin this every time I see it, just because it's that beautiful! Valais Black Nosed Sheep are too cute to describe, just look at this pic. If I had one I would name her Treek (after my favorite ewok).

cuteness!!! not sure id let my small child walk an animal thats so strong and feisty tho....

likes this article about a UK goat farm that value adds its goat meat but making gourmet sausages etc

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Making toys for goats to keep them busy is a great way to be entertained. You will be surprised at all the things your goats will do when they are active.

<3 Goats love to munch on your leftover Christmas tree! Perfect treat for them. I actually saw this on the news earlier today.

Goats love to munch on your leftover Christmas tree! Perfect treat for them :) Not all evergreens are desired though. Be sure to thoroughly check the branches, and remove all tinsil, ornament hooks, etc.

Kid warmer: A 55 gallon FOOD GRADE plastic barrel. Cut a hole the diameter of a heat lamp in the top lid leaving enough to run 4 screws through the rim of the metal lampshade into the top of the barrel. Be sure the bulb won't be touching the plastic. Put a square of chicken wire under the bulb just in case it burst the screen would catch parts. Cut a door with a jigsaw. Secure to stall wall, add straw and babies. It also casts a nice glow for doing barn checks at night.

Kid warmer: A 55 gallon FOOD GRADE plastic barrel. Put a square of chicken wire under the bulb just in case it burst the screen would catch parts.

Making toys for goats to keep them busy is a great way to be entertained. You will be surprised at all the things your goats will do when they are active.

If your goats escape all the time toys are a good was to keep them occupied!