The Ultimate Course Bundle
The Ultimate Course Bundle gives you all six of our goat courses in one package which is a savings to you of $106.45!
- Birthing Course
- How To Raise A Baby Goat Course
- Pack Goats 101 Course
- A-Z Milk Goats Course
- Stanchion Plans Course
- Feeder Plans Course
Goat Birthing Course
Are you new to goat husbandry? Helping a doe deliver can be extremely intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. There’s a lot of information out there so can be easy to get overwhelmed. With this course, everything you need to know is in a concise and easy to follow format. The course covers everything from breeding to post delivery care. With the help of a few seasoned commercial dairy breeders we were able to compile over 30 years of knowledge and experience. Learn from the best and get ready for this wild journey of goat husbandry.
Goat Birthing Course consists of hours of video and picture content over the last couple of years! That’s right….this has been a 2-year project. From delivering single kids to triplets, we have video coverage of it all.
- Preparations 30-45 days before delivery
- Kidding Supplies
- Stages of Labor
- Kidding Positions and Live Births!
- Post Birth Care
- Bonus Footage
A-Z Milk Goats Course
A-Z Milk Goats course is a great course for you to learn all about your goat health and wellness along with milking. We at packgoats.com are excited for you to learn from our course “A-Z Milk Goats!” In this 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.
How To Milk Goats course you will learn:
- 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
How To Raise A Baby Goat Course
The How To Raise A Baby Goat 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
Pack Goats 101 Course
The Pack Goat 101 Course is the most informational and comprehensive tool anywhere for packing with goats. No matter your level of experience in goat packing there is something in this course for you. This course will benefit anyone regardless of goals for a pack goat string. Whether it’s day trips in the front country or long hauls far from any trail head it is sure to be beneficial. Pack Goat 101 speaks to every topic on packing with goats from the most basic to advanced packing tips, tricks, strategies, and preparation. This course is the ultimate tool to propel you into a successful pack goat owner.
Pack Goat 101: What you’ll get
Featuring 25 Lessons on topics like training, gear, nutrition and so much more!
You will learn about:
- Getting started
- Build Your String Like a Football Team
- NAPGA Best Management Practices
- Pack Goat Trips
- Over 40 hours of videos both on course material and helpful links and products
- Peer reviewed information from experienced packers with decades worth of combined experience
The Ultimate Course Bundle: Goat Stanchion Building 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.
Key Features Include:
- Unique variable head trap system for any size goat.
- Extra wide opening for goats with wide horn structure.
- Optional foot entrapment to secure kicking goats.
- Extra wide construction for any goat and additional space for bracing while trimming.
This stanchion is an easy home-build. That allows every goat owner a simple, cost effective solution to goat restraint. Also, instructions include optional features for variable head capture and hoof restraint. All goat owners benefit from using a stanchion. This allows simple restraint for routine hoof trimming. The wide platform design makes bracing a breeze for both large and small goats.
The Ultimate Course Bundle: Horned Goat Feeder Plans
The design for the 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.
The plans offered in this course provide a full materials list, list of tools required, cuts to make, and assembly instructions. Images are also included showing assembly and measurements. No difficult cuts or angles are required! These are the best horned goat feeder plans for residential goat owners.
The plans you purchase are all online-based. You will have a login for your “account” and access the plans and any other courses you purchase with this login. This way the course materials and videos are always there for you to access.
Waste minimizing features of this design include:
- 4” gap below the feeder where goats can reach underneath and feed from the nutrient rich chaff that falls through the utility panel feeder floor.
- Crossbars over the goats horns forces goats to maneuver slightly to enter the feeder and keep their heads in and down while they feed.
- Crossbars however are not so low as to inhibit a quick escape if a dominant goat comes in.
- The combination of the crossbars and dividers keeps goats from jumping into the feeder and soiling the feed.
- The middle divider keeps feed accessible to goats while making it uncomfortable and inconvenient for any baby goat that tries to jump in.
- The open top design makes placing feed inside effortless and is easily compatible for roofing or slot feeding designs.
- Finally, the compact low cube design of this feeder makes it easy to clean by tipping it up and
propping it with an object. It is then easy to pitchfork feed that has fallen through the utility panel
and actually recycle good feed from underneath.
Ultimately these are the best horned goat feeder plans to date for feeding multiple horned goats at once.
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