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The goats, working in a temporarily fenced-in area, can mow down about one acre per day. Goats can reach areas that machines cannot. & they serve other purposes as they graze—tilling the soil, re-seeding và fertilizing.Cashmere Goat is a type, not a breed

The core of our herd is Cashmere goats, with a few cross breeds that have been brought in over the years. There is no such thing as a “purebred” cashmere goat.

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Our goats are indigenous to the Himalayas where the altitude is high & the climate is dry. High dry và cold is their natural environment which is why they bởi vì well in Wyoming & the Rocky Mountains.

Temperatures above 30° and 30° below zero are no problem khổng lồ the goats as long as it’s dry. Other cashmere goats—Swedish blood for example—cannot tolerate high heat.

However, high heat or freezing drizzle is potential death lớn even our goats because there is no oil or lanolin in their hair, so the heat goes right through them and in the freezing rain they could get hypothermia.

My goats are disease không lấy phí because we live like Gypsies, move freely from thành phố to city to clean grounds every night. Disease is more prevalent when herds stay in one place for extended periods.

Cashmere down growth begins around the longest day of the year & stops around the shortest day. We comb and collect their hair when they naturally shed—which is mid April, if weather cooperates & it’s not endlessly raining.

The key khổng lồ a successful goat eating weeds business is the rapport that you build with the goats. I give them what they need.

The herd also understands that we all make a living together, và that’s why we vị not tolerate bad behavior, & they know that.

My goats bởi vì amazing things for me that they won’t vị for anyone else. One day on business required that I leave the heard unattended for almost nine hours penned in on the mở cửa range.

I returned khổng lồ find a big winds had swept the area, downing a pole, freeing the goats to roam, but they didn’t. They were just standing there waiting for me to return.

It’s an understanding we have with each other. The vi xử lý core of it is they trust me—they trust that I am not going lớn sell them for slaughter.

Most people send all neutered males to slaughter when they are a year old. Much lượt thích the cow industry, unless it’s a breeding bull, the neutered ones are dead by 18 months. Goats—like cows—too are bred for slaughter.

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Not so in my business. My herd is 75% neutered males and the rest females. Billy goats are my main workers. We have goats of all ages in the herd.

The goats, working in a temporarily fenced-in area, can mow down about one acre per day. Goats can reach areas that machines cannot. Và they serve other purposes as they graze—tilling the soil, re-seeding và fertilizing.

Newborn Goats

Generally, we manage breeding and kidding first of June or first of September, which is when weeds are plentiful & feeding is the best. This way we can manage without food supplements.

We only breed about 200 nannies at a time because we’re gypsies and on the move all the time. First time mothers have a single birth. After that they have twins or triplets.

Because we’re gypsies we’re potentially on contract 265 days a year. Babies are born on the job and are raised with the herd. They learn khổng lồ work with the dogs, the fences, & the people. Work is all they know. They are born in a work environment & that’s all they ever know.

When babies are about three days old they start eating weeds. Exposure to the local flora as adolescents results in goats that thrive on the wide variety of forage species, which they will be expected to lớn consume in their adult lives.

Retired Goats

Retired goats are called gummers when get old. Gummer is a goat or sheep that so old that it has lost all of its teeth. Gummers get real thin because they cannot eat.

Having worked in Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Utah, goats are retire khổng lồ Twin Creek Ranch, where they live a peaceful life until they die. My goats work for about 12 years.

Donny BenzLani MalmbergGoat Green, LLCaka Ewe4ic Ecological ServicesPhone: (970) 219-0451Email Goat Green

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