Not all days on the homestead are nice. We noticed something funny about one of our goats eyes. Burk, Gizmo’s buckling, has a very cloudy swollen eye. A closer look and we think we may be dealing with Pinkeye. NOTE: AT THE END OF THE VIDEO WE ANNOUNCE IT IS NOT PINKEYE… DO NOT USE […]
In this episode of the Podcast, we interview Rachyl Travis, of Travis Family Farm. At 9 years old, milking her first goat, Rachyl had no idea that someday she would be running a successful family farm business. A pet goat given to her at 9 years old soon turned into multiple goats, and when Rachyl […]
Day 2 of training goats to a milking stand, and it’s still pretty tough. The does are getting better and standing, but not much. Aust tries to test some tying techniques, and K some holds. At the end we sit down and reminisce about past goat milking adventures gone bad. AWESOME FLY TRAP – https://amzn.to/2LN64w4
Kidding and calving can be hard on an animal. Giving birth can wear an animal out, and You will find your goats become more susceptible to worms after giving birth. We decided heading into our births to boost our goats minerals, make sure they were at optimum health going into the birth. However we did […]
Over a year ago we bought goats for our new homestead. Homesteading is a long game and everything you want to grow and produce takes a while. In the case of these goats over a year till we could get our first cup of milk. First off the goats needed to be old enough to […]
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