July 20, 2022
This Q&A features our approach to pasture for goats, and hay for winter feed for our meat goats.
June 29, 2022
Live Q&A Topics: Using 1 or 2 strands of polywire with goats. Options for portable goat electric fence for dividing paddocks.
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.
May 26, 2022
Goats + electric fence. It doesn’t need to be complicated. Yes. I said it. It’s true. You can effectively use electric fence with goats. With a little bit of work at the beginning of the grazing season, it can work. Importance of good goat fence When I tell people I raise goats, the first thing […]
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. […]
January 28, 2022
It’s Wisconsin. It gets cold, but we as people and livestock adapt every season. But it helps to have good gear and tools to get the job done. Here are some of my favorites 👇 For the farm Sweeter Heater: infrared heater for our warming huts for goat kids. Nice way to get a bit […]
January 17, 2022
Yes! While it may seem like when everything goes dormant for the season, our work with the farm and the environment around us slows down. That is true, but there are ways we can prepare for winter and during the winter months that still keep the environment, in particular, soil health in mind.
January 6, 2022
For our goat farm, regenerative agriculture is really at the core of everything we do.
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