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Homesteading: Self-sufficient Goat Keeping

Homesteading: Self-sufficient Goat Keeping 

Self-sufficient Goat Keeping 

Self-sufficient Goat Keeping

The keeping of any animal no matter how large or small needs careful consideration and planning. This guide outlines the basic requirements and demands of goat keeping and provides recommendations to aid in correct management and husbandry. A goat is useful to humans when it is living and when it is dead, first as a renewable provider of milk, manure, and fiber, and then as meat and hide.

Some charities provide goats to impoverished people in poor countries, goats are easier and cheaper to manage than cattle, and have multiple uses. In addition, goats are used for driving and packing purposes.Life expectancy for goats is between fifteen and eighteen years. If you are looking at keeping goats on your homestead then this is the article for you…

Homesteading: Self-sufficient Goat Keeping

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