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Farm living is a beautiful, satisfying way of life.

I’m not sure if there is anything that feels any better than sitting down to a homemade dinner, not from a box but vegetables from your own garden, milk from your own goats, and grass fed, wholesome meat.

It is an endless journey of learning and lots of hard work. The fresh and more than delicious vegetables all summer long and the beautiful lineup of canned vegetables during the cold winter months are more than worth it.

Our little “farm living” acre gives home to about 20 chickens who supply us with healthy eggs to eat and eggs to incubate, which is a fun project for the kids…and mom! Our six goats provide entertainment, and the two milk goats provide us with lots of milk which we love to drink, turn into cheese and yogurt, and the kids each spring are a delight! When we sell the kids each spring we are able to use that money to buy necessary items and it usually helps complete a project or two.

Each spring we have mini-nubians for sale, in our Goat IQ page, we would love to supply a resource of good goat information.  I would also like to share our journey into having Montana Bees.

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Introduction Hoof health is of utmost importance in the well-being of goats, as it directly affects their mobility, comfort, and overall productivity. One significant hoof condition that can affect goats is called founder. Also known as laminitis, founder is a painful and potentially debilitating condition that requires prompt attention and proper management. In this article, …

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Introduction to CAE in Goats Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis (CAE) is a viral disease that primarily affects goats. It is caused by a lentivirus, similar to the one that causes HIV in humans. In this article, we will explore what CAE is, how to prevent its spread, and what steps to take if your goat is …

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We’ve come to a place where we can control almost anything in our world. That’s kind of a scary thing…but it’s also a good thing if what we’re doing is helpful and used correctly. One of those things we can use is Lutalyse. You can lutalyse your goats and it can be a very helpful tool …

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An emergency health plan for animals is by far one of the most important things to do for your animals and yourself. In a moment of crisis, there are so many decisions to make and sometimes decisions will be made that are regretted. In the following article, read about 6 ways you can prepare for …

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