Your Questions: Can I Own a Dairy Cow (Or Goat) AND Still Have a Life
One of the most common deterrents to owning a family dairy cow (or goat) on the homestead is the notion that you'll be tied down twice a day milking, but is that really true? Here's how to milk a cow AND still have a life!
Basic Goat Care After Kidding
Description of the steps that should be taken in caring for the goat kids and doe after the doe freshens via Better Hens and Gardens
New Rabbit Shelter (Pics) - Homesteading Today - i like the system.. would make it easy to move into a garden
Goat Housing PALLETS | Lolly lazing in her new shelter- I hope she likes it?
Pickup Truck Livestock Rack | Supplies for one 6’ panel*:
Home Dairy 101: How to Pasteurize Fresh Milk at Home
Home Dairy 101: How to Pasteurize Fresh Goat Milk at Home. From @babybirdsfarm: Follow my "Urban Homesteading" board for more home dairy recipes, chickens, canning, gardening, and more.
The Joys of Goats on the Homestead OR how to have Good goat's milk! The trick with goat’s milk is keeping it cold. We place frozen ice packs in the milk pails to cool it immediately.
From Barn to Fridge: 6 Tips for Safely Handling Raw Milk
Six tips for safely handling your fresh milk after you get it out of your cow or goat. (and how to keep it fresh tasting too!):
The Goat Kids Are Here - Can We Milk Yet?
The goats have freshened and are producing that creamy Nigerian Dwarf goat milk; but, can we milk yet? Learn the different approaches for when to milk.