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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
I didnt see your other post above Cowchicks, Kayella. Sorry.
Wow, way to be impressive for your first showing! A goat is definitely something I could be interested in if I have the funding. I just found out today that a family friend's daughter (9) who is homeschooled is also going to be raising a goat this year, so I'm going to see where they're keeping theirs and go from there. I'll keep you in mind for advice and for breeders too. I honestly don't even know where to start ^_^ I'm getting pretty stoked though!
One more semi-stupid question. With the goats, do they have to be transported in a trailer? I can get acess to one if need-be, but I don't think our van has a hitch. Or can I just use our 60 lb dog's extra large dog crate in the back of our van? XD Forgive me if that's the most ******ed question you've ever heard, I honestly know nothing yet. I do know that the goats at our farm (theres two of them) weigh 150 and 75 lbs and would easily fit...not that I could actually get them in there or anything.
Also, what breed is generally used? I think ours are pygme (sp?) and that's the only breed I have any experience with.
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