Proverbs 27:27 And thou shalt have goats' milk enough for thy food, for the food of thy household, and for the maintenance for thy maidens.

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The Bible says that we are not to forsake fellowship and to build and edify one another. I would love to hear from you and would be glad to answer any well intended questions about adoption, foster care, special needs children, gardening or anything else that I can. As you can well imagine our lives are very full but I will do my best to get back to you as soon as humanly possible. Blessings!


  1. Susan
    I read your commentary in the left column and would like to send some thoughts but only if you respond to this post I send. My wife and I shepherd goats also. Press on..........Don
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  2. I was wondering what area you live in. Do you live near Calhoun, GA?

  3. Hello Susan, I am new to owning goats and we recently just adopted a Kiko Wether who is 10 weeks old, a Nubian doeling who is eight weeks old , and a Boer Buckling (soon to be wether) That is estimated to be around nine weeks old. We are only keeping this little ones as pets and saved them from auction. What advice do you have for a new goat owner? do you have any experience with any training them to just behave as pets (no jumping or butting or tossing kicks) I have always had horses and I kind of feel like goats are a mix of horses and dogs and children all in one little hooved package. I guess just any advice on raising these guys to be the best pets they can be and the healthiest would be so much help!
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    Thank you so much for any knowledge and personal experience you can pass on to me.