Keeping Goats Quick Start Guide
by Valik Rudd
Publisher: raisinggoatsguide.com 2011
Number of pages: 39
Everything you need to know to start keeping your own goats or even start your own goat farm. Learn where to buy goats, what you need to prepare, how to care and maintain them. Learn how to pick out the healthy ones when buying and how to breed them and care for their babies.
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