Your Guide to Raising Healthy Kids

Get all the facts about raising healthy kid goats in this FREE guide

Dear Friend,

There is nothing more adorable than a newborn kid goat. And while most kids are born perfectly healthy, you’ll want to be ready if problems arise.

Here at Countryside Network, we’re small stock experts, and we love our goats! In fact, we’re so dedicated to goats, we’ve written a complete guide for beginners – from A to Z – and we’re giving it away FREE. Countryside Network publishes both Countryside & Small Stock Journal and Goat Journal, so you know we’ve got expertise you can rely on. Plus, we know exactly what questions you have, and we answer them all in this free guide!

Download this FREE Guide to Raising Healthy Kid Goats and take the stress out of kidding season!

Here are some questions you will find answers to in Your Guide to Raising Healthy Kids:

  • How would I know if my kid is premature?
  • How do I know how much colostrum my kid needs and for how long?
  • How do I know when it’s time to wean a kid?
  • When should I start feeding my kids grain?
  • One of my bucklings has crooked legs. What should I do?

In short, the first step to becoming a goat expert is to download this FREE guide right now!

Of course, you’ll also want to know about coccidiosis, which can be fatal to kids, so we cover that in detail. Because our writers are goat experts, you get tricks and tips you won’t find in just any guide to goats. For instance, we’ve got exactly the advice you need on tube feeding kid goats – if the need ever arises!

So why not download the free guide right now, and start planning your goat venture immediately? Once you see all the steps to take and how to execute them, it will start to seem much less challenging than you might have thought. What’s not to love about goats? Read the guide right now!

Yours for happy, healthy, productive goats,

Mike Campbell
for Countryside Network

PS: Remember, this useful guide is absolutely FREE and instantly downloadable. There’s no need to wait to get this expert, hands-on advice from Countryside Network!

  • I am thinking about buying one kid goat and one lamb as pets for the farm. Is this a good idea?


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