Update: Preorders are currently being printed and will be shipped the week of 10/15/2018.
How do I know my goat is pregnant? What should I have on hand before my goat gives birth? How do I bottle feed newborn kids? What if something goes wrong?
There are many questions goat owners ask when it comes to breeding, birthing, and milking dairy goats. What is normal? Is this goat pregnant? How do I know when to assist a birth? What do I do with all this milk? Dairy Goat Reproduction answers these questions and more. With nearly 300 pages covering information from nutrition to parturition to troubleshooting, along with recipes, this book is perfect for new and seasoned goat owners alike. Interwoven through the chapters are stories from the author’s own kidding stall, educational pictures, and tips and tricks. This book will walk you through the process of breeding dairy goats from the planning stage through caring for the kids and making delicious food with ingredients that come from your own back yard. This is a physical paperback book that you can display on a shelf, take to the kitchen to make a recipe, or bring to the barn as a reference!
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Dairy Goat Reproduction is now available for purchase! Purchase a signed copy by clicking below, or order a standard copy on Amazon. *Please note there is an approximately 2-3 week turn around for orders to be shipped due to the printing process.
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About the Author
Rachel Payne writes and farms from a small homestead in rural Tennessee. She bought her first dairy goats, two Nigerian Dwarf does named Brownie and Sandy, in December 2008 and never looked back. She now raises Nigerian Dwarf, LaMancha, and MiniMancha dairy goats. In addition to her goat herd, Rachel also cares for a couple of milk cows, a few pigs, and a flock of chickens with her family. She graduated from the University of Memphis with a BA in English Literature. Rachel is passionate about farm life, good food, writing, reading, and sharing with others. She can be found online on her blog at www.tiramarhomestead.com.