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Good stuff for the goaties (also see our Farm Wishlist board). www.colefyrfarms.com

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Typical goat hoof trimming should be completed every two to three months and is an essential step when caring for goats.

Essential Goat Hoof Trimming Tips - Backyard Goats

Typical goat hoof trimming should be completed every two to three months, and is a critical component of caring for goats. Usually, this is a routine task that involves little more than some quick cuts with the trimming tool to keep the hoof level and the goat walking comfortably.

6 things I wish I had known before owning goats. Don't you agree with #5?? But does it stop us from owning them?? Nope! Once a goat lover, always one.

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6 things I wish I had known before owning goats. Don't you agree with #5?? But does it stop us from owning them?? Nope! Once a goat lover, always one.

The herbal powders I give my goats sift through the feed and end up uneaten at the bottom of the dishes. That's why I started making these homemade herbal goat treats.

A Better Way to "Treat" Your Goats

Super easy homemade herbal supplement treats.

The digestive system of a goat

THE GOAT DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

Goats are ruminant animals. Their digestive tracts (which are similar to those of cattle, sheep and deer) consist of the mouth, oesophagus (the oesophagus is a muscular tube in the chest that conne…

As we move from fall to winter and feeding schedules change, feeding order, time of day and feeding rates are still important for your horse’s health. Ph.D. Equine Nutritionists Mary Beth Gordon, Karen Davison and Mike Jerina address the impact of these factors on your horse’s health.

Feeding Horses Hay Before Grain

As we move from fall to winter and feeding schedules change, feeding order, time of day and feeding rates are still important for your horse’s health. Ph.D. Equine Nutritionists Mary Beth Gordon, Karen Davison and Mike Jerina address the impact of these factors on your horse’s health.

Ketosis in goats: how to prevent this condition, the symptoms and the treatment. It is preventable and you can help your goat avoid it.

Ketosis in Goats: What is It and How to Prevent It?

Ketosis in goats: how to prevent this condition, the symptoms and the treatment. It is preventable and you can help your goat avoid it.

Goat Anatomy & Care

Archer's Acres

We are a small farm located in the beautiful, historic small town of Waynesboro, Ga. We raise Nigerian Dwarves, KuneKune pigs and Ameraucana chickens. We also make handcrafted soaps.

Archer's Acres, Goat Anatomy & Care

Archer's Acres

We are a small farm located in the beautiful, historic small town of Waynesboro, Ga. We raise Nigerian Dwarves, KuneKune pigs and Ameraucana chickens. We also make handcrafted soaps.

Goat Anatomy & Care

Archer's Acres

We are a small farm located in the beautiful, historic small town of Waynesboro, Ga. We raise Nigerian Dwarves, KuneKune pigs and Ameraucana chickens. We also make handcrafted soaps.

Urinary Calculi is one of the leading causes of death in male goats. Lean about Urinary Calculi, the primary causes, and what you can do to prevent it

Urinary Calculi in Goats: What You Need to Know - Feather and Scale Farm

Urinary Calculi is one of the leading causes of death in male goats. Lean about Urinary Calculi, the primary causes, and what you can do to prevent it