Saturday, September 27, 2008

A Goat Podcast

I'm off to begin laying the floor this morning ... one of the things that we will now get done with our extra time ... But, since I have posted about goats from time to time on this blog and because I have seen them listed a lot lately in our local advertisers I found this podcast from WHO Radio's, "The Big Show", very interesting. In this podcast from their daily radio show Ken Root interviews a couple that raises goats just about half-an-hour east of me. They seem to be very knowelegable when it comes to Boar goats.

Enjoy, and feel free to throw out all of your goat thoughts...

LISTEN HERE

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I raised milk goats for several years. I found goats to be easy to handle and fun to watch. But I also learned that the old saying "if your fence won't hold water, it won't hold a goat" is very nearly the truth. They are consummate escape artists--over, under, or through. And they prefer browse over a well managed pasture. They'll clean up your CPR like nothing else.

Rich said...

Langston University has some detailed information about meat goats available online at:

http://www2.luresext.edu/goats/training/QAtoc.html

margohale said...

I've been following your blog (and your wife's) for a while now. I always enjoy your posts and your commitment to sustainable agriculture. Goats can be a great addition to many operations, they fit so well with other enterprises.
Margo Hale
NCAT/ATTRA Livestock Specialist
www.attra.org

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