Guide to Keeping Goats Naturally Healthy


Get expert advice on how to keep your goats healthy – naturally – with this FREE guide

Dear Friend,

How do you know if your goat is healthy? What natural, preventative care can keep your goat healthy? We have answers to some of your goat health questions in this FREE guide!

Sometimes, it all depends on knowing what a healthy goat looks like, before problems occur. How heavy should the babies of full-sized breeds be? And what does a buck look like if he’s too skinny? How often should you trim goat hooves, and at what age should you start?

Here at Countryside Network, we have some of the best sources for Countryside & Small Stock Journal and Goat Journal: longtime goat owners who focus on keeping their animals healthy with preventative care. They share their knowledge with us so we can keep you informed. We have gathered some basic but valuable information in this guide, and it’s available to you FREE.

Download this FREE Guide to Keeping Goats Naturally Healthy and find answers to some of your questions:

  • Do I need a bolus gun to give copper to my goats?
  • Can I keep my goats with other animals?
  • My older goat is acting lethargic. Could this be age or illness?
  • Can I use a heat lamp to warm my barn?
  • How do I know if my goat is dehydrated?
  • Why should I keep goats’ water warm and free of ice?

…And more!

Get a jump-start on cold weather, kidding season, and basic goat ownership with advice from goat experts specializing in natural health.

May your goats be healthy,

Marissa Ames
Editor for Goat Journal

PS: Since this guide is FREE, why not download it today?


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