June 20, 2022
This Q&A Replay covers how we got started selling goat meat, including planning from harvest to the type of cuts offered.
June 12, 2022
This week’s Live Q&A Replay focuses on grazing plans, stocking density and portable electric fencing challenges.
May 20, 2022
There are several goat grazing events in Wisconsin in the next few weeks. Virtual Fencing Workshop Date: Saturday, May 20, 10-11 a.m. Location: Pioneer Park in Prairie Farm, Wis. Fee: $2/person Hosted by: The Munch Bunch and Traditional and Green Skills Workshop For more information/register: Visit the Facebook Event Rotational grazing requires lots of fences! […]
May 5, 2022
Here’s a quick rundown on how our lamb and kid auto feeder works. We have a Lac Tek II from Biotic. We had purchased it when we were originally feeding male dairy buck kids. Since that time we’ve phased out of that part of our farm and have been focusing on our meat breed herd. […]
March 27, 2022
Kid Goat Feeding Trial MSN174849 DATCP (PDF) Results of a trial conducted by Dr. David L. Thomas (firstname.lastname@example.org), Department of Animal Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Dr. Tera L. Montgomery (email@example.com), School of Agriculture, University of Wisconsin-Platteville Early Weaning of Dairy Kids – report UW Spooner Research Station Raising lambs and kids artificially, University of […]
February 11, 2022
Moving to an e-commerce site was a big jump for our farm three years ago, but I knew it was the direction I needed to go with our farm business. This was pre-pandemic. At the time we had a basic website with an online form that operated as our means for placing orders.
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