Some of these goat breeds have striking looks, some are great dairy breeds, some are quite small and others are docile so make good companions.
When Tammy Trayer first glimpsed the West, she knew it was the place she wanted to call home. She and her family now live the life of extreme outdoorspeople in Idaho.
Homesteading has a level of unpredictability, as well as challenges and rewards, that keep Teri Page, her husband and their two kids learning and growing.
Breeding goats has advantages in several market areas. We outline those and also provide one that should not be your prime motivation.
An increasing number of veterans are using their skills to agricultural ends, and some are helping save endangered heritage breeds.
Your herd needs a little TLC as temperatures drop. Here are tips on shelter, food, water and general health to keep your goats well through the winter.
We were spared major damage in Hurricane Florence, but the storm showed us what livestock farmers should expect in a natural disaster. Here’s how to prepare.
Preparing properly before bringing goats home can help the new animals settle in and ease the transition from an empty pasture to a happy herd.