Winner of the most originally named goat breed goes to… drum roll… the Pygora goat… a mix of the Pygmy goat and the Angora goat breed. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it took literally minutes of agonising to come up with the name for this particular… Read More »Pygora Goat Breed Overview
There are a lot of different breeds of goat out there and life expectancy varies depending on the breed, although in general, domesticated goats live between 10 and 15 years on average. There are various factors, apart from the breed, which can affect the lifespan… Read More »How long do goats live?
As a goat owner, there are a variety of reasons to learn about the anatomy of your chosen herd, depending on your reasons for raising them in the first place (breeding, dairy, wool production, etc.). Whatever your reason for keeping them, understanding goat anatomy is… Read More »Goat Anatomy
Eye’ve got something to tell you about… Goat eyes! Whether it is about how weird they may be, or how to breed for a favorite color of the eye, or how to keep them safe, I have honestly heard goat eyes come up in conversation… Read More »10 Surprising Facts About Goat Eyes
Now when you hear of goat carts, you are likely one of two groups of people. Either those who had no clue that such a thing exists and may be thinking this whole article is a joke or someone who has grown up with stories… Read More »Goat Cart – History, Information & Goat Training
The Savanna goat (also spelled Savannah goat) is a meat goat breed with origins in South Africa. Evidence of goats in South Africa goes back to the fifth and sixth centuries, when the Bantu and Khoekhoe migrated southward and brought with them the various multi-coloured… Read More »Savanna Goat Breed Overview
It is difficult to keep goats within the grazing zone. An electric fence might be an option. Goats are extremely curious animals. If you have sheep, goats, or any other animals, you must be aware that they are possibly the most difficult livestock to manage.… Read More »Best (Electric) Fence For Goats
The Oberhasli goat originates from Switzerland, where it began life as a Chamois coloured goat from the Oberhasli region of the Bernese Oberland in Central Switzerland. Their ancestors were the Swiss Alpine Landrace goats, a lineage which they share with all Alpine goats. Goats of… Read More »Oberhasli Goat – The Ultimate Breed Overview