March/April 2018

Caring for Rejected Kid Goats

The Kidding Issue! — Caring for a rejected kid goat is likely to be part of your life at some point when raising goats. Being prepared by monitoring the expectant does closely, preparing birthing pens, and having backup colostrum in the freezer and supplies on hand will give you a leg up on a successful outcome. Rejected kids are adorable and fun to watch as they grow and thrive from good care and management. One of the cutest things you will ever encounter in farm living is a baby goat drinking from a baby bottle. Those tiny kid goats can really work hard to receive the nutrition they need.

Issue Highlights

  • Caring for Rejected Kid Goats
  • The Kidding Kit: Be Ready for Goat Delivery
  • Goats of Anarchy — Rescue With a Side of Cute
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Goat Journal MarchApril 18

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