For the Love of Goats
If you are still trying to decide which breed of goat to raise, or if you’re looking to add another breed to your farm, you might consider kinder goats. They were originally a cross between a pygmy and a Nubian, but today they are their own breed with their own breeder’s association. In this episode, I’m talking to Sue Beck, president of the Kinder Goat Breeders Association, who has been raising kinders for 12 years.
She talks about the milk, the meat, the myths, and the misconceptions that people have, and we also talk about the lure of getting goats from lines that tend to throw quadruplets or quintuplets.
And if you’ve ever said that you couldn’t eat meat from an animal that you knew when it was alive, Sue has a solution for you!
For more information on kinder goats
Kinders: A Dual-Purpose Goat Breed — a guest post written by Sue Beck
Today’s show was sponsored by Standlee Premium Western Forage.
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