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Spring means new baby goats — 5 Comments

  1. Congrats on the kids, and thanks much for the advice on training a young nanny to be milked – VERY GOOD info that I intend to use in the not-too distant future. Thank You.

  2. I love the babies! This year, no baby goats in my barn (sadly) as I plan to sell the adults and replace them with registered stock. I can get a bit more for the ones I need to sell that way, and they all cost the same to feed. I sure appreciate the picture you posted, it makes me lonely for a barn full of “kids” like I had last year!!

  3. Congratulations on your beautiful babies! I don’t have babies this year, because our buck died unexpectedly and I haven’t had time to find a replacement. I don’t know about you, but to me there is nothing cuter in the world than a little baby goatie!
    Pat

  4. When I was young and we had goats, daddy casterated the little boys and we put them in the freezer at about 8 months or so. Goat meat is a little boney for some reason but really tastes good. I no longer have goats but remember how good the meat was.