Farmall Cub Tractor Owner’s Manual Download PDF International Harvest McCormick Deering

The Farmall Cub is a great little tractor, we have used it around our hobby ranch to clean up goat pens. It makes the job much easier than shoveling by hand! The Farmall Cub is an International Harvester Company tractor and the model we used was built in 1951. This PDF download … click here to continue reading Farmall Cub Tractor Owner’s Manual Download PDF International Harvest McCormick Deering

How to Draw Blood from Your Goats – Blood Drawing Instructions

Starlene Stewart from GAPS Diet Journey

Hi, my name is Starlene Stewart and my main hangout on the Internet is GAPS Diet Journey.

We owned goats for almost ten years and learned a lot about caring for goats during those years. From milking to hoof trims, worming and birthing, drawing blood was one … click here to continue reading How to Draw Blood from Your Goats – Blood Drawing Instructions

Black Mastitis

I have not had experience with this particularly vicious mastitis, thank God. I have read about it, and have found some good informational links which I am going to include in this post. One thing to be aware of – this (and other types) mastitis can be spread from one goat to another so do … click here to continue reading Black Mastitis

Red Bag Delivery

A red bag delivery is the term used when a horse or goat’s placenta detaches prematurely (placentia previa). If you see the placenta presenting, you have six minutes to save the life of the life of the foal or kid.

This is one of the reasons I love being on the Holistic-Goats list. There is … click here to continue reading Red Bag Delivery

Stone in the Teat – Calcium Deposit in Goat Udder

Dani, one of my four milkers, got what is called a stone or pea in the teat. Apparently it is a calcium deposit and they are sometimes still connected by a “string” up into the udder.

I could feel something in her teat, a small lump. A very small lump, but Miss Dani just happens … click here to continue reading Stone in the Teat – Calcium Deposit in Goat Udder

How to Bottle Feed Baby Goats

How to Get the Kid on the Bottle

If you do decide to stick with bottle feeding you might have to work with him to get him to suck on the bottle. What I do is sit down on a chair. Rest the baby’s stomach over my left leg — baby’s front legs draped over … click here to continue reading How to Bottle Feed Baby Goats