Raising Goats: How to Raise a Baby Goat

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Raising Goats: How to Raise a Baby Goat


With spring being around the corner, raising goats is the biggest question everyone has. It’s a loaded question; however, because so much goes into raising these little critters well. After years of raising goats I am still learning about how to take good care of them. This course is the concentrated version of years of experience on how to raise baby goats. 


So, I got a few friends of mine, people who are highly respected in the goat world to help me put together a course on everything you need to know on how to raise a baby goat to 1 year of age. We worked diligently to put together a written form and video lay out of all the important topics each goat owner will face while raising their babies. Bonus information is included as well to help give a bigger picture understanding of things. The How to Raise a Baby Goat Course is available through Packgoats.com and allows you to have access to the course at your fingertips anytime and anywhere. We hope this can eliminate unnecessary panic and emergency vet calls. By taking the course you are getting trained up to prevent and solve problems related to raising a goat in its first year of life.


The course contains extensive information on the following topics:

  • Transportation
  • Pasture Set Up
  • Feeding/Nutrition
  • Vaccinations
  • Worming
  • Hoof Care
  • Castration
  • Disbudding
  • Training and Manners 
  • General Health and Wellness


These videos provide how to’s, best management and prevention practices, additional helpful information and a lifetime access to updates as they come. There is a lot of information out there on these different topics, but you never quite know who you can trust. So, we pulled from the most respected goat authorities to get their insight on the matter.


We want to provide vetted information that you can trust and rely on. So, if you are raising baby goats this spring and have any questions regarding the topics named above, we highly suggest you check out our course. We wish you all the best of luck, this spring!