Milker Course Bundle
Milker Course Bundle includes How to Raise A Baby Goat Course, A-Z Milk Goats Course, Feeder and Stanchion plans. This is a savings of $34.45!
Milker Course Bundle: How to Raise A Baby Goat
We are so excited for you to begin your journey with goats and take this How to Raise a Baby Goat Course. We hope this course makes you the most prepared new goat owner out there. This world is kind of in its infant stages and it can be difficult to sift through the information that is out there and know if it is reliable or not. I am a goat owner of 6 years and I am still learning things daily. My hope is that this course can short cut your time to be a successful steward of goats right off the bat. This course also includes helpful information for anyone raising a baby goat for goat packing.
This course will teach you everything you need to know about raising a baby goat to 1 year of age. This includes the following:
- Pasture Set up and Preparation
- Goat hauling/ Transportation
- Goat Nutrition
- Hoof Care
- Training and Manners
- Castration of Bucks
- BONUS: General health and wellness: including common sickness and illnesses at the 0-1 age
Milker Course Bundle: How to Milk A Goat
In this A-Z Milk Goat Course, we will be going over everything you need to know about milking a goat for personal consumption and maybe even selling some milk in a small operation. We will be covering the process of milking goats from beginning to end. You will have all the information you will need to milk like a pro. We have brought in Cristen Sullivan who has been milking for 12 years and owned goats for 20. Cristen is very respected within the goat community and the founder of the Simple Pulse Milking Machine. With her expertise and Marc’s unique “old school” milking method, you will see all phases of milking goats even if you plan to milk by hand.
- Overview of the Process and Cycle
- Best Breeds for Milking
- Milking Schedule and Drying Up
- Benefits and Value of Goat Milk
- Testing your Goat Milk and Things to Know
- Milking Area Cleanliness
- Building and Maintaining a Milking area
- Different Milking Methods
- The Simple Pulse Machine and Clean Up
- Nutrition, Health and Wellness of a Doe in Milk
- Goat Milk Recipes
- Selling Goat Milk and What You Need to Know
Milker Course Bundle: Horned Goat Feeder Plans
This horned goat feeder maximizes the number of goats able to feed at once while minimizing waste due to multiple features. It also makes for easy cleaning and restocking of feed. This design maximizes space by feeding more than 3 goats at once. The width is ideal for allowing dominant and subdominant goats to feed across from each other. This prevents one alpha goat from dominating an in-line system or single feed area. Additionally, the dividers limit goats to individual stalls. This allows them visibility to escape incoming dominants. The multi-sided feeder design provides feeding opportunities for at least 3 goats and up to 8 or 10 goats depending on herd dynamics. This feeder system uses minimal costs for materials and provides the greatest feeding opportunity for many goats. This design is not intended for commercial use but is ideal for smaller herds.
Milker Course Bundle: Goat Stanchion Plans
These goat stanchion building plans provide step by step instructions. Course contents include complete lists for necessary tools and materials. A quality goat stanchion is a critical tool for every goat owner and not just for dairy goats. All goats both male and female require regular hoof trimming at least every few months. Having a stanchion greatly facilitates this process and makes hoof trimming a breeze. Not to mention just a one person job. Stanchions are obvious necessities for the dairy goat community to restrain and milk goats as well.
The course offers the complete How To for building your own goat stanchion with some added key features.
All of the courses included in this bundle are online based and you have lifetime access to them.
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