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The Dos and Don’ts Of Feeding Your Goat Naturally

To many the goat has a reputation for eating anything. This is not really correct. They are very inquisitive animals and will try nibbling many things, but not really intending to eat them. The washing on the line has been referred to many a times but if left to “eat” what was on the line, […]

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Anglo Nubian Goat

Keeping Goats For Beginners

So you are considering becoming a goat keeper. Good, but can we ask why? Milk for the house, maybe even make cheese, yogurt or butter. If this is what you really intend to do, then in our opinion the best breed of goat to have would be Anglo Nubian. If it is to keep the grass down […]

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Goats Cheese Recipe

Making Goat Cheese Recipe

Making Goat Cheese is a fun and rewarding hobby or even the start of a new business adventure. Anglo-Nubians have the highest butter fats of all breeds making the milk perfect for cheese production. You can make cheese at home and many other things as well. Apart from the great taste, real savings can be […]

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Goat Ears

Remedy and Cure for Kids Born with a Folded Ears

In this article concerning goat health, we’ll take a look at common problems encountered with kids ears and a possible solution provided by one of our experienced goat keepers. If you have any good tips or advice, we’d love to hear from you. Correcting kids ears From time to time kids are born with folded […]

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The Life and Times of Seventy Three Years of Goat Keeping

At the age of three I was given my first goat kid a Saanan type out of an unregistered dam who was giving a gallon a day, in those days that was a lot of milk  that was my birthday present, I kept that kid until it was eighteen month old and then got it mated. In […]

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Exporting Anglo Nubian Goats

Export Enquiries for Anglo-Nubian Goats

Thinking of importing or exporting an Anglo-Nubian goat? Looking for new stock for your existing herd? We can help. The Anglo Nubian has for many years been a very popular goat overseas, probably more than any other breed. Due to their rare breed status in many countries, finding suitable stock can be quite difficult. Ever […]

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Goat Facts

Did you know Goats Facts

Goats were the first animals domesticated by man some time between 7,000 and 10,000 BC. The Pharaoh Cephranes was said to have been buried with more than 2,000 goats. Goats generally live 10 to 12 years. There have been cases of goats living up to 15 years. There are over 150 recognized breeds of goat […]

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What is my goat thinking?

Most goats are sensitive creatures but the anglo-nubian is perhaps the breed with more of this characteristic than any other.   Her ancestry is of living in close proximity of her human herders and this naturally leads her to identify closely with us.   A lot of her time is spent wondering where you are, […]

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