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Raising Goats For Dummies
Cheryl K. Smith
ISBN: 978-0-47056-899-6
340 pages.
$ 19.99
Raise goats and reap the rewards. Raising Goats For Dummies provides you with an introduction to all aspects of owning, caring for, and the day-to-day benefits of raising goats. Raising Goats For Dummies is your How-to guide for: Breaking down the complicated process of choosing and purchasing the right goat breed to meet your needs and getting facilities for your goat set up. Providing in-depth information on proper grooming, handling, feeding, and milking. Covering the basics of goat health and nutrition. Offering tips and advice for using your goat to produce milk, meat, fiber, and more. Understand what makes these useful and delightful creatures so popular and gain the knowledge and skills to properly care for and utilize their many offerings.




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