What people don’t realize about what happens to pack goats in the back of your truck or in a trailer is that they are constantly having to make balance adjustments with every turn, bump, acceleration, and deceleration. (I call it fighting the invisible man) All of this without the ability to prepare or anticipate those […]
Training a pack goat to cross water is very easy when done correctly. There are a couple of things to consider before we dive in, so let’s discuss those first. Your goat’s safety must be considered first in this equation and I’m going to teach you how to train pack goats to cross water with […]
Building a good string of pack goats takes years. You have to start with babies and you won’t be putting full loads on them until they are 4 years old. Plan on them slowing down by 9-ish. One of the drawbacks of pack goats is their short “packing life,” and that must be overcome with […]
Hauling pack goats in your truck requires a well thought out hauler. It needs to have good ventilation but not be blasting wind on them when you are driving down the freeway. In this video, you will see two different designs, one you could likely build yourself and another that I can have built for […]
In this podcast, Cannon and Marc talk about long term goat packing strategies, pack goats in bad weather, training pack goats, breeding pack goats (to another goat) and the history of pack goats and as always…some wilderness living and hippy stuff. Enjoy.
There is more to loading goats than it seems. Pack goats have a pecking order and they need to be loaded considering that order. Always put the most submissive in first and the most aggressive last. Also, if you have a goat that has trouble loading use the one leg up model I show in […]
Brian “Cannon” is back by popular demand. Please take the time to give us a review on iTunes. If you enjoyed this podcast, you will like this one on wilderness living as well. To learn more about Cannon, visit his website.
Please take the time to give us a review on iTunes. On this episode of the OI podcast listen in as Marc Warnke and his guest Brian “Cannon” Cannon, talk about survival, long term wilderness living, goats and some hippy shit. Marc has spoken about Cannon for years and he finally was out of the […]