Goat Record Sheets
We use these two sheets to record all medical and kidding information on our goats, they are good to keep your barn binder when you are working goats to record any issues, and during kidding season to record all of the needed information.
This is an extremely informative website, with articles on goat management and medical problems that you will face with your goats and how to treat them effectively
This is the best place, that we have found to buy our supplies and equipment. They have real people that answer the phone, and they have had first hand experience with the products that they are selling. A great company
The Goat Spot
This site is a forum where goat people get to talk about their goats. Helpful information on kidding, feeding, health, etc.
This is the association that we chose to register our goats. They are very helpful people and will answer any questions you have about your goats.
Langston University Goat Course
Langston University has developed an web-based course for training and certifying meat goat producers. This course is very informative on many goat topics such as goat management, facilities, nutrition, marketing, parasites, and genetics. This course is free through an agriculture grant is it is definitely worth looking into.
This website has goat articles and a video collection on goat care and management. They also have a list of Boer goat breeders all over the country.
Online goat management software. Very helpful and easy to use.
This site is very interactive, and shows you the biology of the goat.
This website gives you an overview of medical supplies that you need to have for the goats
I enjoy resarching my horse's pedigrees and this website has some really good information about famous quarter horses.
This is the best product that we have found for cleaning the animals and, the best part is you stay dry. The eZall shampoo really does separates each hair individually and gets all the way down to the skin.
Another great resource for researching quarter horses