Our Daily GOAT Routine – Collaboration

How do we take care of our goats on a daily basis? We have a small 1 acre homestead and we keep two dairy goats. As new goat herdsmen, we show you our daily routine and what is involved in the care of goats.

Want to see how others take care of their goats? Find out how these other channels do it!

Goat Routine Playlist: https://goo.gl/cZ54ZZ

Appalachia’s Homestead (Patara): https://goo.gl/yPSKVP
Chick-a-Woof Ranch (Wendy): https://goo.gl/s9bnB5
Cog Hill Farm (Jason): https://goo.gl/823vQO
Guildbrook Farm (Jaime): https://goo.gl/QygLg3
Roots and Refuge Farm (Jess): https://goo.gl/6mcyFI
Sullivan Family Homestead (Dana): https://goo.gl/uZh2fe
Weed Em and Reap (DaNelle): https://goo.gl/1ggf6Q
Whimsical WonderFarm (Lori): https://goo.gl/wvYTRr
Wholesome Roots (Rose): https://goo.gl/QYGPLq

Supplies Used:
Pat Colby Natural Goat Care: http://amzn.to/2nSF6nd
Ken Ag 6 1/2″ Milk Filters: http://amzn.to/2qi1JmP
Decker #90 “The Classic” Grip-Fit Brush: http://amzn.to/2sgUorC
Copper Sulfate Pentahydrate – 1 Pound: http://amzn.to/2oMzM8G
Organic Yellow Sulfur – 1 Pound: http://amzn.to/2ogFQpd
Wahl Cordless Lithium Ion Pet Clippers: http://amzn.to/2nSH3Ab
Shear Magic Hoof Trimmer: http://amzn.to/2rjEGHD

*Guildbrook Farm believes in minimalism and fighting excessive consumerism. Every day we are bombarded with ads and marketing trying to convince us to spend money on products we don’t need or want. We don’t like it done to us, and so we aren’t going to do it to you. However, on occasion we may suggest a product that we use or like and we will link to that product on Amazon or another site for your reference. If you purchase through that link, we may make a small commission. This is at no cost to you and helps to support our blog and vlog. As always, we suggest you research carefully before making any purchase and buy locally whenever possible. Thank you for your support.

2 Comments

  1. Belva Dalidowich

    June 11, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    Jaime,
    Loved the goat collaboration video. You are so soft and loving with those goats. You sure make a good goat mom. I get up at six every morning to feed a multitude of wild birds in the neighborhood. They got so used to me giving them hand outs that now they line the railing of the deck and wait for me and if they get tired of waiting they start making a whole lot of noise. Later the squirrels come. We have a brown healthy one, a brown skinny sickly looking one, a grey one with a white belly and a beautiful ebony black one. They like getting peanuts in the shell and cookies. (they don’t care that the cookies are not homemade) 🙂

    The thing I wanted to tell you is today I made ham and eggs for breakfast and one of the large Chicken eggs I got from the farm market and the lady that raises chickens had a triple yolk. I never saw a triple yolk before. Wow! I wonder if I should tell her? Or is that so common she’ll think I’m a nut? Triple yolk. Thats another first for me. I said right away, I have to tell Jaime. Have a great day.
    Belva xo

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