The Oklahoma State University publication, “Breeds of Live Stock,” describes one hundred and one different breeds of goats found worldwide. There are actually many more breeds than this, but in the United States we only have eight breeds of dairy goats and eight breeds of meat goats. There are also Angora and Cashmere goats that are used for fiber.
Making the same foods over and over again can get really boring, especially if you’re creative in the kitchen. So next time you’re considering making a meal for family or friends, make something different and be vague about the main ingredient when you tell them what’s on the menu.
Choose goat slaughtering breeds that you can take care of with minimal fuss. Most novice goat farmers immediately choose animals which they think will have higher meat yield. That choice could be favorable — if you can make your farming practice work, that is. But the truth is: when it comes to raising goats for meat though, your first area of concern is the type of breed you can raise.
The Sate House has no dessert on the menu. The sticks and sticks (and sticks) of sate consumed normally satisfy the stomachs of most guests. However for the rare few still hungry, there is a shop next door that sells Bananas. Just Bananas. From the low ceiling hang small bunches spread about 10cm apart. Like walking through a plantation, bananas swaying at eye level. The walls have racks after rack of larger bunches. Even the nude calendar on the far wall has a bunch nailed to it, tastefully covering the interesting parts of the model.
Do the same with other goat slaughtering. Steaks, loins, ground goat meat even-there are lots cuts of goat meat for which you can alter recipes just slightly and still have amazing, mouth-watering dishes. And since it’s not an ordinary meat families have on a regular basis, you can tell your guests they’re in for an exotic treat they’ll never forget.
Feeding your goats the proper foods and placing their food appropriately is very important. After all, what good would it do to have the best food for your goats, that you could find, but it was not accessible for them to consume? A mixture of foods is used to feed many goats, but the nutritional needs of your whole goat meat may need to be decided by a professional, such as a licensed veterinarian. A professional or local breeder can help you learn the proper amounts of food to give your goats and the proper time(s) to feed them. Water should always be nearby and accessible for these animals.
Another example, take a papaya and strawberries with some water and blend. A great idea is to freeze bananas and then use these in all your fruit smoothies since bananas make a great binding ingredient. Freezing them adds that refreshing smoothie texture. Make a commitment to yourself that you will eat 4 to 5 fruits a day. They taste great and it is healthy for you.
Even with all the science and technology available to goat farmers these days, nothing could beat a buck’s (male goat) ability to detect female goats in heat. Investing in one or more buck for your goat farm might be a good idea. Or, you could always ask other goat farmers to “lend” you a male goat 2 weeks before your estimated time when most of the does come in heat.