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Goat Rancher was the nation's first meat goat magazine and remains the industry's No. 1 publication for the latest news in production, animal health, herd management, marketing, breed selection and other topics of interest to those raising goats. Each issue features monthly columns, a calendar of events, market reports, breeders directory and much more.

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Goat Rancher was the nation's first meat goat magazine and remains the industry's No. 1 publication for the latest news in production, animal health, herd management, marketing, breed selection and other topics of interest to those raising goats. Each issue features monthly columns, a calendar of events, market reports, breeders directory and much more.

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Revised Edition Available November 10, 2013. All new orders placed will be sent the revised edition on or after that date. 

Goat Rancher has taken the best of its kidding articles and compiled them into one easy-to-use booklet.
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• Keeping your pregnant does healthy.
• Birthing problems to watch for — and how to fix to them.
• How to successfully raise a bottle baby.
• Step-by-step information on how to deliver your kids   (with illustrations).
• List of supplies that you will need.
• And much, much more!


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A Compilation of the Wit and Wisdom of “The Goat Man”

Dr. Frank Pinkerton, PhD, is one of America’s best known writers and speakers on meat goat nutrition, marketing and management. His decades of work with this unique livestock have provided him with a wealth of knowledge that he now shares in this compilation. Readers will enjoy his detailed insights, honest analysis and humorous outlook on this fast-growing agricultural enterprise.

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Raising Meat Goats in a Commercial Operation

A new book by meat goat producer Greg Christiansen.

Greg called upon his twelve years of experience raising and marketing meat goats to create this book designed for commercial breeders who are interested in raising stock for the consumer market. Greg lets the reader profit from his experiences — good and bad— along the learning curve to becoming a successful producer. Paperback. 104 pages.

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The Meat Goats of Caston Creek

 By Sylvia Tomlinson

Heart-warming stories and hard-earned advise gleaned from from the authors personal experiences raising meat goats at her Oklahoma home, Caston Creek Ranch. Out of print for several years, noted goat expert and former Goat Rancher columnist Sylvia Tomlinson has added new information, including a special section written by goat specialist Dr. Frank Pinkerton.

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Meat Goats: Their History, Management and Diseases

By Stephanie and Allison Mitcham 

Understandable and practical book on the raising and management of meat goats in the U.S. Covers the full range of issues concerning todays goat industry - from getting started in the business, the different breeds, management and understanding your market.  The book also tackles subjects ranging from kidding to fencing and building handling facilities to health and nutrition. Stephanie's chapter on diseases is especially helpful and provides details on how to identify various illnesses and disorders and the explains the treatment process in easy-to-understand language.

Stephanie, a veterinary pathologist, has been raising goats and sheep at her Midwest ranch, Crane Creek, for over 15 years.  Together Stephanie and her mother, Allison, have collaborated on a number of articles and books, including a best-selling book on Angora goats. 

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Rebecca and The Great Goat Getaway

Children's picture book for ages 4-8+. A great mother-daughter book that teaches kids in general about developing a positive attitude and learning to care for animals.

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Meat Goat Handbook

By Yvonne Zweede-Tucker

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Soft cover; 210 page, over 200 color photographs 

Whatever your reasons for wanting to raise meat goats might be, you probably have lots of questions: What kind of goats should you choose? How do you buy them and care for them? How do they reproduce? How do you sell them? The Meat Goat Handbook has the answers to those questions and more.



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May 1996

• Meat goat production joins mainstream agriculture.
• Cashmere adds value to goat herd.
• Using vasectimized bucks to regulate breeding cycle.
• Graze goats on grass like God intended


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July 1996

• Cooking, instructions for dressing goat.
• Getting buck ready for breeding season.


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October 1996

• Willingham Spanish goats.
• Building winter shelters.


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November 1996

• Tips for stocking medicine cabinet.
• Treating coccidiosis & pneumonia.
• Stomping footrot


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March 1997

• Visiting Kiko research station in Texas.
• Roundup of various goat breeds.


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May 1997

Profile of Bill & Mary Powis' ABC Green Mountain Farm in Alachua, Fla.


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June 1997

Cooking issue: Recipes and feature on cooking fullblood  Boers.


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July 1997

• Coverage of ABGA National Show.
• Interpreting Boer pedigree.
• Gauging reproductive performance of a meat goat herd.
• How to do your own fecal samples.


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August 1997

• Visiting Goldthwaite goat auction.
• Summer health problems: Parasites, Pneumonia and Pasturella.
• Interview with Norman Kohls of N&K Ranches in Eldorado, Texas.


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September 1997

• Raising goats in Indiana.
• Nutritional needs of goats.
• Feeding protein blocks in winter.


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October 1997

• Using pasture management to control parasites.
• Things to think about before building goat barn.
• Crossing Boers with Angoras.


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November 1997

• Running goats with cattle.
• Worming your goats in winter.
• Nutrient requirements of goats in winter.


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February 1998

• Results from survey of goat eaters: What they like best.
• Nitrogen fertilizer can kill parasites.
• Getting your goat ready for show ring.
• Instructions for building the perfect goat hay and grain feeder.


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March 1998

• Raising goats in South Florida.
• S. African Boer breeder tells how he raises goat.
• How old should does be before breeding?
• Fighting pneumonia in new kids.
• Finding the right grass mixture for goats.


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April 1998

• Raising goats profitably in the Southeast .
• Build a stair-stepper to exercise your show goat.


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June 1998

Boers in the Northwest: Reports from Washington and California.


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July 1998

How to make weaning less traumatic


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August 1998

• Complete inventory list for goat ranching.
• Do's & Don'ts of embryo flushing.
• Tips for hauling goats, then helping them adapt to different parts of the country.
• Making a profit with Boers.


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September 1998

• Watch for coccidia resistance on your farm.
• Disbudding goats.
• How to trim hooves and doctor sore feet.
• Tips to keep your buck from becoming dangerous to humans.


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October 1998

• Producing the Genemaster from crossing Boers and Kikos.
•  Australian Boers grow in popularity.
• Tips for picking a herd sire.
• How to detect and prevent Johne's Disease.
• Eartag system helps keep track of animals.


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November 1998

• Diatomaceous Earth shows promise in controlling internal and external parasites.
• Setting up a Genemaster operation.


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February 1999

• South African Boer standards listed.
• The importance of colostrum.
•  Why vitamins & minerals are vital to goats.


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March 1999

• Kikos adapt well in Pennsylvania.
• How to use a drench gun on goats.


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April 1999

• List of goat medications and how to use them.
• Setting up an individual goat recordkeeping system.
• Using mixed species grazing to control parasites.


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June 1999

• Prices high at first Kiko production sale.
• How New Zealand goat ranchers cope with parasites.
• Okla. rancher uses goats to clear 15,000 acres.
• CL presents challenge for meat producers.


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July 1999

• The dangers of feeding molded grain.
• Crossing Pygmy with Nubians makes new meat goat.
• Tips for selecting right herd sire.
• Facts and fallacies about electric fences.


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August 1999

• Buy used equipment to conduct your own fecal tests.
• Breeding for parasite resistance.
• Research looks at effects of age and gender on growth performance.



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October 1999

• Goat meat production fundamentals, NZ expert Graham Culliford.
• Roundup of Boer production sales
• Winter-Spring grazing critical time for goats
• Selecting for maternal instincts
• How to give injections
• EPD's used to compare genetic performance


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November 1999

• Controlling lice on goats.
•  Abortion diseases in goats.
•  Simple to make, simple to use hay racks and feeders.


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December 1999

• Training guard dogs (Peischel)
• Coyotes go nationwide/Steps to control coyotes
• Goat polio & listeriosis have similar symptoms


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January 2000

• Kidding Season special section


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February 2000

• Evaluation of Slaughter goat selection and goat meat classification system (Pinkerton/McMillan)
• Where do red Boers come from? (Hauck)


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June 2000

• Raising meat goats in California (Barrie)
• Coccidiosis usually guilty when kid scours (Morris)
• Katahdins prove sheep can thrive on grasslands (Elliot)



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July 2000

• ABGA  & IBGA National Shows
• Understanding goat’s rumen (Gasparotto)
• First national Dorper show held in Missouri (Hankins)


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August 2000

• Researchers study the acceptability of goat meat with consumers
• The role of copper  in goat health
• The effect of heat on your goats & how to provide relief


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October 2000

• Slaughter goat market
• Importance of tetanus vaccinations
• Labor Day sales report


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November 2000

• Hoof rot and hoof scald explained
• Innovative feeder ideas from Oklahoma breeder
• Hair Sheep Breeds: The Big Picture


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February 2001

• Commercial Seed Stock - Producing Goats for the Real World
•  Treating diarrhea in goats


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March 2001

• Herding goats
• Tall Fescue toxicity


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May 2001

• Special Kiko section
• Identifying good Boers - Kids, traits to assess future development (First in a series by columnist Cathie Keblinger)


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June 2001

• Summer Place Legacy Continues - a profile on the new owners
• South African vs. New Zealand genetics - Does it matter?
• Identifying good Boers - Weaning age: Who to cull, Who to Keep (Second in a series by columnist Cathie Keblinger)


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July 2001

• Using a Herd Dog with goats.
• Making the best of pinkeye.
•Identifying good Boers - Mature Boers: Head &
  Neck areas (3rd in series by Cathie Keblinger)


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August 2001

• Update on the federal Scrapies program
• Getting your bucks ready for breeding season
• Soremouth
• Identifying good Boers - Mature Boer goats:
  Shoulders & Body Structure (4th in a series by Cathie Keblinger)


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September 2001

• Website production sale: How it works
• Why keep production records? (1st of two parts)
• Knots on goats - What are they, what to do


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October 2001

• Texas Fall Production Sale Roundup
• Poisonous Plant Identification
• Selective Breeding key to genetic improvement


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November 2001

• USDA institutional purchase specs
• Ethnic Holiday Calendar


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March 2002

• Medications & how to use them
• Pregnancy toxemia


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April 2002

• Raising Red Boers in Georgia
• Understanding the meat goat market
• Carcass characteristics


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May 2002

• It helps to know your market
• Goat bloat
•Special Kiko section


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June 2002

• Profile: Rocking R Ranch, Tylertown, Miss.
• Diagnosing goat illnesses
• What breed of goat should you buy?



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July 2002

• Controlling CL with Formulin
• Growing demand for goat meat
• A perspective on New Zealand influence on US Boer industry


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August 2002

• Kentucky offers state support to goat farmers
• Direct marketing your goats (based on the laws of California)
• The importance of trace minerals


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September 2002

• Are your goats getting enough protein
• Figuring your break-even price
• Stomach-tubing


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October 2002

• How much supplementation to give your goats
• Special Report: Myotonic Goats
• 2002 Labor Day Production Sale Roundup



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November 2002

• Producers should focus on rate of growth
• Learn about goats before trying to raise them!
• Goats are pickier eaters than most folks imagine
• Dorpers offer a unique education


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December 2002

• Predator & guard dog special feature
• Feeding peanut hay
• Treating wounds & injuries



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January 2003

• Special Kidding Section
• Investigating your market
• Hair sheep growing in popularity


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April 2003

• Why understanding Scrapie is important to goat producers
• Goat meat imports  increase (first in series)
• Bottle babies can grow into productive citizens
• Having “practice” goats makes perfect sense
• Watch for dehydration in sick or injured goats


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May 2003

• Special Feature Section: Kiko Goats
• EGGSfile clones born
• Goat meat imports: Marketing channels and pricing patterns (second in series)
• Coccidiosis can be controlled with proper management


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June 2003

• Prolapse doesn’t have to cause permanent damage to goat
• What is the difference between goat polio and Listeriosis?
• Editorial: Standardizing show formats


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July 2003

• Pregnancy complications
• How do kids perform before performance test?
• Make sure your pen system has a workable floor plan


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August 2003

• Special Section: Buck maintenance
• Goat production and marketing in Australia & NZ
• Help your new goat make the move


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September 2003

• Special report from South Africa: Why do goats prefer browse over grasses
• Body condition scoring as a management tool
• How do you identify a true Myotonic goat?


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October 2003

• Make money by raising ugly goats on ugly pasture
• Rains affect hay quality
• Foot & mouth disease
• Dorper breeding program options


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November 2003

• Dewormer resistance studied in Georgia
• Goat offer many money-making options
• Mites cause problems
• CODI/PCI — Who is this guy?
• Good bucks are investment, not an expense


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December 2003

• Special: Predators & guard dogs
• Meat goat marketing
• Lungworms irritate bronchial tissues


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January 2004

• Annual Kidding Special
• Reproducing disease-free goats worth the effort
• Feeding & hydrating a sick goat


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February 2004

• Tips & equipment to make goat raising easier
• Stomach worms
• Future bright for Dorpers/White Dorpers


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March 2004

• Shelters & Storage import part of goat operation
• Coccidiosis outbreaks demands immediate action
• Texas goat numbers remain stable


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April 2004

• Profile of U.S. Goat Industry
• Who needs to be culled?
• Why do Nannies reject some newborn kids?


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May 2004

• Larger slaughter kids bringing top dollar
• Pneumonia can strike in nice weather
• Special Kiko section


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June 2004

• Parasite Control: A new way of thinking
• Diseases: Prevention, control & management
• Disposing of goat carcasses
• Providing free-choice minerals to your goat herd


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July 2004

• So you think you want to raise goats?
• Urinary Calculi can result from improper diet


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August 2004

• Preserve your best genetics before it is too late
• Successful A.I
• When hauling, think like a goat!


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September 2004

• 20 Truths about raising goats
• Real world brush control: What works?
• Parasite resistance tested in Hair sheep


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October 2004

• Vitamins, minerals play key role in good health
• Use of antibiotics isn’t always the wisest choice


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November 2004

• Use chemical dewormers wisely
• Foraged-based feeding for goats
• Wet weather promotes infections in hoofs


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December 2004

• Livestock Guardian Dogs special issue
• Pneumonia can strike in nice weather



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January 2005

• Kidding Special Section
• Double Eagle Ranch: You can have color & quality
• Where did the term ennobled come from


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February 2005

• Hay can be ideal goat feed
• Tips for culling a meat goat herd
• Book from South Africa illustrates the perfect Boer


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March 2005

• Goat statistics reveal changing market
• Weaning: An important phase for kids
• Myths about non-protein nitrogen
• Mating decisions: Why how, where, who, when?
• Don Smith — Livestock has been his life


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April 2005

• Battling mange mites
• How to read goat market reports
• Poor nutrition cause of reproductive problems


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May 2005

• Kiko Special Section
• Formalin use
• New Australian genetics arrive at Triple C Ranch


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June 2005

• Staph can be problem in wet areas
• Goat herd makes living for Montana couple
• Nutrient management for meat goats in mixed-specie pasture


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July 2005

• Controlling stable flies
• Fatting up slaughter goats
• Flushing does for breeding season
• Pink Eye — Trauma for you and your goats
• 2005 ABGA National Show


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August 2005

• Crossbreds — are they right for you
• Nutrient value of wheat grain by-products
• 2005 International BGA National Show
• Are your healthy goats dying? Pasturella vaccinations.
• Butcher finds success catering to ethnic clientele
• Tex-Mex goat recipes


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September 2005

• Savanna Goats
• U.S. meat goat industry: Past, present & future
• Kikos do well in cutting trials
• Research shows obese goats are unhealthy


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October 2005

• Feeding soybean hay
• Goat meat industry has challenges, opportunities
• Pasture rotation cuts down on deworming
• Meat goat slaughter process
• If disaster strikes, are you ready?


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November 2005

• Cut costs by feeding what’s handy
• Goat nutrition: What are the best energy sources?
• Sheds and feeders
• T4 Dispersal sale


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December 2005

• Special: Predators & Guard dogs
• Maximize forage & minimize bag feed
• B Vitamins & their importance to goat health


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January 2006

• Special: Kidding Season
• Feeding & management of weaned slaughter goats
• In rare cases, feedlotting works
• Dorpers developed for meat production


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February 2006

• Hardy commercial does
• Clostridium — How we handle this goat killer
• Health problems of pregnant & lactating does


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March 2006

• Are your bucks ready for breeding season
• Grazing lespedeza
• What are reasonable expectations for a start-up goat herd?
• Caring for weak & abandoned newborn goats


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April 2006

• Meat goat industry update
• Long fiber critical to good nutrition
• Find the formula that works for you — Why are you raising goats?
• Frequently asked Katahdin questions


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May 2006

• Annual Kiko Special Section
• Domestic vs imported goat meat


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June 2006

• Figuring your break-even price
• Wether Report: Club goat business is booming (1st in series)
• Drought causes grazing problems
• Watching for health problems in young kids
• Meat goat production economics


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July 2006

• Problems recovering from underfeeding
• Wether Report: Today’s show wethers have a different look (2 of 3)
• Meat goat selection, carcass evaluation & fabrication guide
• Bloat can be serious problem
• Transportation stress affect profitability
• Pursing the perfect goat: parasite resistant genetics


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August 2006

• Copper — How much do meat goats need?
• Wether Report: Marketing those fancy club goats (3rd in series)
• Variations in slaughter goat auction prices


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September 2006

• Imported goat meat: Competitive threat or beneficial supplement?
• How to store goat milk & colostrum for emergency use


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October 2006

• Dealing with drought
• Unpigmented areas susceptible to cancer lesions
• Goats can safely eat properly processed haylage


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November 2006

• Urea used as economical protein source
• New regulations affect farms that sell & ship hay
• How do you know when to give up and put down a sick goat?
• Good fencing a top priority when raising goats
• Goat vaccination questions answered


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December 2006

• Which type of guardian is best for you?
• Goats making do on Corn Gluton and weedy hay
• Feisty fungus eats parasites
• Tips for running sheep and goats together


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January 2007

• Nutrition of the kid:  birth to breeding
• Make weaning as stress-free as possible
• Ringwomb rare but  causes problems
• Law limits time livestock can be trucked
• Pinkerton Q&A  to expensive feed options
• Sheep Scrapie may persist in environment for up to 16 yrs


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February 2007

• Replacement buck selection & line-breeding
• Beginners birthing basics
• How many goats per acre?
• Tips to remember before you next goat-buying trip
• Fundamental principles of successful goat meat production


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March 2007

• Evaluation of distillers dried grains with solubles, soybean hulls & whole corn in diets for growing/finishing meat goats
• Target marketing of slaughter goats
• Bucks require special housing/management
• Holidays where lamb or goat meat is part of the feast


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April 2007

• Pinkeye can be a big problem in goat herd
• How to avoid drug residues in food producing animals
• Picky eaters aren¹t getting enough protein
• Rocking R Dispersal Sale


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May 2007

• Calculating dressing percentage can be tricky
• Forage is best goat feed
• Strategic parasite control in goats
• Building a cooling room to chill slaughter goats
• On farm evaluation of meat goats
• Goats ideal for land reclamation projects
• Environmental factors can affect nutrient requirements for goats
• Kiko Special Section


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June 2007

• Little time-savers make big difference
• Frequently ask questions about soremouth
• Ethanol, politics & forage based meat goat production
• Developing the show circuit
• Hydration & nutrition are basic needs when treating a sick goat
• Buyers prefer fresh meat when available
• Dorper sheep a natural fit for West Texas operation


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July 2007

• Working System Makes Life Easier
• Reflections On Breeds Of Meat Goats
• Performance Comes From Maintaining Records & Testing
• Prevent Problems When Hauling Goats
• CL Unlikely To Be Eradicated Soon


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August 2007

• What Boer Breed Standards Tell Us
• Only Proper Testing Can Diagnose CL
• Round Bales Versus Square Bales Of Hay
• Crossbreeding: Theory And Practice
• Constructing And Using A Stomach Tube For Adult Goat


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September 2007

• Winter Forages For Meat Goats In The Southeast
• No Grain needed With Free-Choice Good Hay
• Goat Polio or Listeriosis?
• It¹s Time For Slaughter Marketing Decisions
• Goats Make Dent In West¹s Invasive Weeds
• Agriculture Needs More Young People


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October 2007

• Fall Production Sale Roundup
• Surviving Drought: Stretching your feed supply; By-product feedstuffs can supplement low-quality forages; Forage management; Culling strategies
• What is off-label/extra-label drug use?
• Starting the next batch of kids


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November 2007

• Making sense of weather and markets
• Producing & marketing show goats/ wethers
• Keep goats healthy on the show circuit
• Using FAMACHA system as management tool
• Raising a better meat goat
• Budget offers financial outline for goat operation


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December 2007

• On-farm slaughter facilities provide opportunities
• Predator & Guardian Special Section
    Protected wolves - unprotected livestock
    Guardian dogs provide best protection
• Oklahoma forage test results


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January 2008

• Annual Kidding Special:
    Is Creep Feeding an economic option
    Kidding time is critical to success
    Saving a kid from severe hypothermia
    Gauging Genetic Improvement/Crossbreeding for Hybrid Vigor
• Improper diet can lead to Urinary Calculi


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February 2008

• Forage-based Goat Production Special Section: Building a Pasture from Scratch; Grazing Clover Successfully;  Things you should know about Sericea Lespedeza
• Idea Worth Borrowing: Protecting your Molasses Tubs
• New Australian Boer Genetics


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March 2008

• Order Buyers are the Real Meat Judges
• Parasite Control for Goats: Meet the Enemy, part 1 of series
• Producing Goats in the Ozarks
• Reproductive Performance Key to Making Profit
• Goat Medications and How to Use Them


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April 2008

• Goat Industry Update '08: Statistics & Trends
• Getting a Goat Ennobled takes dedication
• Research Performance History Before Buying
• Parasite Control for Goats: Barberpole Worm, part 2 of series
• Estrus Synchronization: Using Artificial Lighting
• Supplies Every Goat Rancher Needs on Hand


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May 2008

• Kiko Special Section: Why we Raise Kikos
    • Profile: Hancock Kiko Farm
    • Can Kikos Dominate the Meat Goat Industry
• Parasite Control for Goats: Integrated Parasite Management, part 3 of series
• Low-tensile Electric Fencing
• Flushing as a Herds Management Practice


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June 2008

• Profile: Troy Powell, League Ranch
• Getting Ready for the Big Show
• Direct Marketing of Slaughter Goats from Producer to Packer
• Is Artificial Insemination on your Horizon?
• Parasite Control for Goats: Deworm Just the Goats that Need It, part 4 of series
• Goat Meat: Who Eats it and How to Cook It


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July 2008

• 2008 ABGA Nationals
• Ethanol from Corn: Boon or Boondoggle?
• Pumpkins: Nutritious & Goats Love them
• Parasite Control for Goats: Alternative Dewormers: Do They Work?, part 5-5
• Positive Side of Creep Feeding
• Cooking Cabrito —  South Texas Delicacy


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August 2008

• Spanish Goats: The Treasure in Our Own Backyard (Sponenberg/Edmundson)
• Reasons for Breed Characteristics (Keblinger)
• Variation in prices received for Slaughter Meat Goats (Pinkerton/McMillin)
• Direct Marketing Ideal for Small Producers (Miller)
• Handling a Sick Animal at the Show (Lee)
• Fly Control for Goats isn’t the same as for Cattle (Sparks)
• Doing your own research & Fecal Egg Counts, last in 6-part series (Southern Consortium for Small Ruminant Parasite Control)


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September 2008

• Getting a Start in Goat Showmanship (Schlundt)
• Profile: Able Acres Boer Goats (Lee)
• Tips for tapping into Ethnic Markets (Miller)
• Rotational Grazing — On a Budget (Hall)
• Why I Support COOL (Shurley)
• Get Goats Ready for Breeding Season (Sparks)


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October 2008

•  Is Forage-Only Program Right for You? (Pinkerton)
• Our Does are expected to kid at 1-Yr-Old (Zweede-Tucker)
• The Pros, Cons & Legalities of Offering On-Farm Slaughter (Miller)
• Doe Maintenance Cost & Reproductively Performance Key to Profitability (Pinkerton)


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November 2008

• Spanish Goat is a Rare Breed Worth Preserving (Zweede-Tucker)
• Reducing Doe Maintenance Cost (Payne, with Pinkerton)
• Finding the Right Meat Processor (Miller)


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December 2008

• Special Predators & Guardians Section: Battle Against Predators is Never-Ending (Keblinger);  Bonds Must be Established Early;  Using Donkeys to Guard
• Copper Can Create Toxicity In Goats (Sparks)
• The Significance of Being Spanish (Sponenberg/Edmundson)


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January 2009

• Special Kidding Section: Weaning Options (Crawford); Kidding Basics — Make Preparations to Avoid Last-Minute Problems (Mitcham); Buck is Key to Kidding Efficiency (Zweede-Tucker)
• Makin’ Do — Round Hay Bale Feeders
• Goat Nutrition & Common Sense (Sparks)
• EPDs Important to the Kiko Breeder


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February 2009

• Feedlots for Meat Goats – Opportunities, constraints & economics 
 (Pinkerton/McMillian/Peischel)
• How to Tube feed a weak kid (Sparks)
• Makin’ Do — Hay Bale Feeders (continued from January 2009 issue)
• Closing the Junction (Texas) Sale Barn (Keblinger)


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March 2009

• Cyber Sales: The New Frontier (Miller)
• Selecting your '09 Market Goat (Schlundt)
• 2009 Goat Industry Update – Statistics, trends, commentary (Pinkerton/McMillian)
• Knowin’ when to hold’em & knowin’ when to sell! (Zweede-Tucker)
• Enterotoxemia — know the enemy (Sparks)


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April 2009

• Minimizing neonatal kid losses (Sparks)
• Changing markets call for a new way of thinking (Miller)
• Use TLC to cultivate ethnic customers ((Zweede-Tucker)
• Feasibility of adding ‘carcass component’ to 4-H show (Pinkerton)


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May 2009

• Annual Kiko Special Section
• Goat industry mourns loss of Marvin Shurley
• What is the real story behind the battle over national ID system? (Miller)
• 2009 Goat Industry Update, Part 2 – Goat meat: Where it comes from and where it’s going (Pinkerton/McMillian)
• Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL): Separating fact from fiction (Sparks)
• Wether Report — Curtain drops on another major show season (Henry)


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June 2009

• Show season! So – do you stay at home or hit the road? (Keblinger)
• Carcass evaluation results analyzed (Pinkerton/McMillan)
• What you can do to prevent soremouth (Sparks)
• Summer parasite management (Hart, part 1 of 2))
• Where is the market goat industry headed (Schlundt)


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July 2009

• What are you going to do about worms this summer? (Hart, part 1 of 2))
• Spanish goats: past, present and future (Pinkerton)
• Urinary calculi – the bane of bucks (Sparks)
• The Wether Report – Texas wether forecast is HOT! (Henry)


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August 2009

• United effort created SA Boer goat (Keblinger)
• Prepare now to ensure more kids next spring (Sparks)
• Goat ranching meets today’s ‘green’ criteria (Miller)
• TAMU’s early studies on Spanish meat goats (Pinkerton)
• On-farm performance testing (Pinkerton/Browning)
• We let Mom wean the doelings (Zweede-Tucker)


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September 2009

• A  Study of South African Breed Standards (Keblinger)
• Minimizing abortion problems (Sparks)
• Goat producers can lead ‘local’ movement (Miller)
• Utilizing on-farm performance data (Pinkerton/Andries)


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October 2009

• They’re only as good as their feet (Sparks)
• Seven steps to goat-friendly forage
• Exercising your market goat (Schlundt)
• Boer-Spanish crossbreds: Performance evaluation & carcass characteristics - third in a series (Pinkerton)
• Roasting the whole


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November 2009

• A  Study of South African Breed Standards – Part 2 (Keblinger)
• Weights, measures and doses. What every stockman should know. (Sparks)
• Second thoughts on Spanish goats & other endangered breeds (4th and final in series/Pinkerton)


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December 2009

• Special Predators & Guardians Section
Exploring the Anatolian Shepherds Turkish roots (Barber)
Karakachan guardian dogs: An ancient breed gains popularity (Kolb)
Keeping your guardian dogs healthy (Sparks)
• Memories of Christmas past (Keblinger)
• Showing goats teaches life’s lessons (Henry)


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January 2010

• Special Kidding Section
- Minimizing kidding problems (Sparks)
- Feeding gestating & lactating does, part 1 of 2 (Pinkerton)
• America needs more goat meat (Hankins)
• $50,000 paid out during Lone Star Elite Jackpot (Henry)


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February 2010

• American Goat Federation (Hankins)
• Foundation preserves heritage breeds
• Feeding gestating & lactating does, part 2 of 2 (Pinkerton)
• Pharmaceuticals for meat goats: Where are we and where are we going? (Sparks)


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March 2010

• American Meat Goat Association shutting down operations (Hankins)
•  Goat industry update: Statistics & trends (Pinkerton/McMillin)
• USDA to revise animal ID system (Sparks)
• Recipe for 16% feed (Pinkerton



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April 2010

• Meat goats bring record prices (Hankins)
• Turn old feed bins into goat houses (Lee)
• Green grass can cause digestive problems (Sparks)
• Commentary — Six keys to better Boer goats (Mitchell)


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May 2010

•  Goat industry update: Part 2/continued from March 2010 (Pinkerton/McMillin)
• Showmanship — In it to win it! (Lee)
• Time to renew the great worm wars (Sparks)
• Annual Kiko Special Section: Goats offer quick return on investment (Hankins); Goat Hill Kikos: Sparks puts focus on meat goat traits (Parker); Cedar Creek Farm: Kikos on the move in the Northeast (Burke)


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June 2010

• Boers: Making the right choices for your herd (Faris)
• Showmanship — Tips for the showring (Lee)
• Dealing with central nervous system disorders (Sparks)
• Finding Balance — Using a common sense approach to raising show goats (Schlundt)
• Summer parasite problems (Hart)
• Brief history of Savannas in America (Payne)


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July 2010

• 2010 ABGA National Show (Hankins)
• Goat Herd Improvement Program update (Pinkerton)
• What items should be in your cabinet (Sparks)
• Goat Meat: America’s hottest commodity (Pinkerton)


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August 2010

• 2010 International BGA National Show (Hankins)
• Doe reproductive efficiency is key to success (Sparks)
• You can’t judge a goat by its (furry) cover (Zweede-Tucker)
• Questions about sweet vernal hay & Laredo soybeans (Pinkerton)


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September 2010

• Where did all the Angoras go? (Keblinger)
• Don’t be blindsided by pinkeye problems (Sparks)
• Coping with extreme worm problems (Hart)
• What’s a good breeding doe worth? (Pinkerton)


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October 2010

• Changing demographics & goat meat demand (Pinkerton)
• Would AI benefit your goat herd? (Sparks)
• The ultimate working system (Pinkerton)


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November 2010

• Confinement feeding kids and lambs (Pinkerton)
• Diarrhea can lead to dehydration & death (Sparks)
• A  four-year-old’s view of shearing (Keblinger


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December 2010

• Annual Predators & Guardians special section: Integrated Predator Management is key to keeping livestock safe (Pugh); Understanding how dog vaccines work; The joy &  beauty of LGDs (Zweede-Tucker)
• New Savanna genetics arrive in America (Pinkerton)
•  Avoid Band-Aids when it comes to goat health (Sparks)


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January 2011

• Annual kidding special section: Health issues to watch out for (Sparks); Laundry baskets & hot water bottles! (Johnson); Read ingredient label on milk replacer bag closely
• Understanding goat behavior  - 1st in series (Hart/Sparks)
• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton)

 



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February 2011

• Small ruminants make ideal livestock for small acreage landowners (Craddock/Machen)
• Goat meats — from producer to consumer (Pinkerton)
• Understanding goat behavior  - 2nd in series (Hart)
• Performance on Southeastern pasture (Browning/Leite-Browning)

 



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March 2011

• Preserving original myotonic genetics (Fugatt)
• Safe, effective and responsible goat treatment (Sparks)
• It takes hardy mothers to kid in the brush (Peischel)
• Strong bond with offspring is a behavioral trait of a good doe (Hart)
• Meat goat population continues to decline (Pinkerton/McMillin)


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April 2011

• Why goats are good browsers (Hart)
• Marketing: From farm to consumer (Pinkerton)
• Prepping your buck for performance test (Miller)
• Making the best of bottle babies (Sparks)


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May 2011

• Annual Kiko Special Section
            Profile: Ron Polette - Goats save business man during economic slump (Hankins)
            Doe’s milk comes in handy (Johnson)
            National Kiko Registry provides service to growing Kiko industry (Hankins)
            The Kikos of Goat Unlimited (Peischel)
• Goat Rancher 15th anniversary (Hankins & Keblinger)
• There’s a reason goats are sociable (Hart)


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June 2011

• How a girly-girl became a goat girl (Fister)
• Avoid stress & disease when on the road (Sparks)
• It’s OK if your goats are a hobby (Pinkerton)
• What Boer goats tell us (Homeyer)
• Lessons learned from the showring (Keblinger)
• 2011 Goat Industry Update: Part 2 (Pinkerton/McMillin)
• Understanding goat behavior: The goat in love (Hart)
• How are you going to combat parasites this year? (Hart)


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July 2011

• 2011 ABGA National Show Coverage (Hankins)
• Plan now for kidding success next spring (Sparks)
• Missouri family successfully raises winter kids (Keblinger)
• Apple cider vinegar improves herd health (Polette)


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August 2011

• 2011 International BGA National Show Coverage (Hankins)
• You can help goats handle the heat (Sparks)
• Dry spell grows into a drought (Keblinger)
• More buyers want performance data (Pinkerton)


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September 2011

• Organization works to restore rare Arapawa goat herd
• All abscesses aren’t CL (Sparks)
• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton)


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October 2011

• Labor Day Sales in West Texas (Hankins)
• It all began at Camp Verde (Keblinger)
• Check breeding soundness of your does & bucks (Sparks)
• Simple crockpot goat recipes
• Herding goats the Cow-Boy way (Noya)



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November 2011

• Goat Rancher Special Feature: Myotonic goats (Hankins)

   Muscle-bound Myotonics gaining respect

   Crowds flock to Tenn. to see native goats on display

   Myotonic goat facts (Fugatt)

• Pregnancy testing can help eliminate unproductive does (Sparks)

• Maryland Carcass test: pen-fed vs. pasture fed goats

• Meat Sheep: Dorpers gain in popularity (Gillespie) 



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December 2011

Annual Predator and Guard Dog Issue

• Old World solution for New Age Problem (Negri)

• Spiked collars give LGDs an edge (Negri)

• Keeping goats safe on the range (Noya)

Treatment for anemia (Sparks)

Motivated buyers pus Kiko prices to new highs at Cream of Crop Sale. (Hankins) 



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January 2012

Annual Kidding Special Issue

• Pregnancy & Kidding: The Basics (Zweede-Tucker)

• Colosturm: Liquid Gold 

Diarrhea can be deadly for adults & kids (Sparks)

Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton) 



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February 2012

• Fencing & Farm Facility Special Edition

- Exploring your fencing options (Krider)

- Goatherders make use of electric fencing (Noya)

 • Why do I need scrapie tags and how do I get them (Sparks)

• Will illness outbreaks mean end to livestock exhibitions ? (Editorial/Hankins) 

 



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March 2012

• Featured section: Goat play key role for Homesteaders

- Working toward self-sufficiency (Edge)

- The accidental farmers (Hankins)

• 2012 Meat Goat Industry Update, Part 1 (Pinkerton/McMillan) 

• Mastitis in meat goat does can hurt kids' performance (Sparks)

• Talk about a surprise... Next time we'll get those little bucklings out of the pasture sooner! (Johnson) 



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April 2012

• Featured section: Market Wethers

- There's more to a good wether than good breeding (Belcher)

- Building a program from the ground up (Cornelius)

- Coming full circle (Foster)

• Urinary Calculi — The bane of bucks (Sparks)

• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton) 



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May 2012

• Feature Section: Kikos

• California dairy is doing lot of things right (Pinkerton)

• Understanding coccidiosis (Sparks) 

• Spring Boer goat sale reports



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June 2012

• Special Herd Sire Edition featuring articles and advertising about bucks

- Proper healthcare for you buck should be a top priority (Sparks) 

- "What is the difference between a wether buck and a buck buck" (Foster)

- Herdsires that made an impact  (T4 Scorpio/Whitehead & Kaptein/Keblinger) 

• 2012 Meat Goat Industry Update: Part II (Pinkerton/McMillan)

• The Amazing Boer Goat. A retrospective look (Homeyer) 

• Boer goat showmanship helpful tips (Messer) 



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July 2012

• ABGA National Show Report & Photos (Hankins)

• Cuisine Special - Ethinic population fuels demand for goat meat

• Is the new CL vaccine the silver bullet we have waited for? (Sparks)

• Frankly Speaking - Alfalfa works best with goats when limit-fed (Pinkerton)

• Kiko Corner: Sale Reports - Ozark Empire Spotlight Sale, SEKGA Kiko Roundup, AKGA Showcase Sale. 



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August 2012

• We're not ruining your goat, Don Smith tell South Africans (Hankins)

• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton)

- Rancher concerned about using buck that was born as a single 

- Measuring doe reproductive efficiency

- Safety of fescue as a forage

• Is your operation ready for assisted reproduction (Sparks)

• International BGA National Show coverage (Hankins)

• Youth Spotlight: Noah Teel (Stoneman) 

 



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September 2012

• Special Youth Features

- FFA Project grows into booming Boer business (May-Proctor)

- With a start in 4-H, Sarah Brend now wants to pursue a career in animal agriculture (Stoneman)

• Forage shortage may present additional nutritional problems (Sparks)

• Frankly Speaking: In real world terms, how much can you afford to pay for a buck? (Pinkerton) 



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October 2012

• Tapeworms can cause problems in your goat herd (Sparks)

• Commentary: Search for goats to buy turns up shortcomings in most ranch websites

• Frankly Speaking: Drought spurs hunt for new feedstuffs (Pinkerton)



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November 2012

• Buck performance tests can tell you a lot about your breeding program, plus roundup of 2012 tests

• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton)

• Goat enjoy our leftovers (Zweede-Tucker)

•Book Review: "Raising Meat Goats in a Commercial Operation" by Greg Christiansen (Hart) 



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December 2012

• Annual Predator & Guard Dog issue

- Guarding goats on the open range (Noya)

- Guardian instinct comes naturally (Zweede-Tucker)

- Neighborhood dogs are deadliest predators (Hankins) 

• Cuisine

- Cooking a holiday goat (Hankins)

- Cold weather is time for spicey Texas chili (Stemme)

• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton) 



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January 2013

• Annual Kidding Special Issue

- Buck, ranchers & dams work together for successful kidding  season (Zweede-Tucker)

- There's rarely a dull moment during kidding season (Noya) 

- Good records start at birth (Sparks) 

 • Buck Performance Tests: While other tests shut down, Maryland expands its program (Schoenian)

• Frankly Speakly: Cottonseed has long history of providing good nutrition (Pinkerton)

 



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February 2013

• Equipment and Facilities Special

- Homemade alleyway simplifies goat working (Christiansen)

- New rancher wonders who is training whom (Bones)

• Frankly Speaking - Soybean hulls can be a useful feed ingredient (Pinkerton) 

• Growing a ranch in a sustainable manner (Renick) 



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March 2013

* Why does my Kiko goat look like a Spanish goat? (Hankins)

• 2013 Meat Goat Industry Update, Part 1 (Pinkerton/McMillin)

• When there are no jobs, create your own (Stoneman)

• Unsanitary conditions can contribute to mastitis infections (Sparks) 



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April 2013

• Market Wethers: Special Report

- Tips for buying, fitting & showing wethers: An interview with Alexis Briley (Stoneman)

- Spotlight: Casey Simpson, Ky.

• Some advice for making the best of bottle babies (Sparks)

• Cuisine: Bacon-wrapped goat tenderloin (Stemme) 



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May 2013

• Kiko Goats: Special Section

• Worms love this warm spring weather (Hart)

• Advantages of assisted reproductive technologies (Smith)

• Urinary calculi: Ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure (Sparks) 



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June 2013

• 2nd annual Sire Edition

- Speical Advertising Section

- Teasers aid reproductive efficiency (Sparks)  

- After winning the Nationals, then what? (May-Proctor)

- Managing bucks for the show ring/Interview (Stoneman) 

• Boer Goat Ancestors (Homeyer)

• Meat Goat Industry Update 2013, Part II (Pinkerton/McMillan) 



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July 2013

• ABGA National Show: photos & top winners

• Cuisine - Special section

-Goat can be used instead of beef in many recipes

-Feeding a crowd (Stemme)

-Suggestions for processing and storing goat meat (Sparks) 

• Frankly Speaking: Weight, more than age, should determine when to breed doelings (Pinkerton)



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August 2013

• Meningeal worm - Not your normal parasite (Sparks)

• Quest for preparedness included making soap (Robinson)

• Illinois couple educates suburbanites on the health benefits of goat meat (Hankins)

• Abigail, the Darling of Scatchet Head (Uhlig)

• Cowboy Classic sells its final goat (Stoneman)

• Makin Do: Build a homemade milker for around $50 (Hainley) 



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September 2013

• Creating relationship between buyer & seller is one step to successful marketing (Hankins)

• Johne's Disease is hard to detect, difficult to confirm (Sparks)

• San Clemente Island Goats (Murray)

• Dilley dispersal boost Main Event Sales (Stoneman) 



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October 2013

• Fall Production Sale roundup

• On-farm performance update (Pinkerton)

• Goats need quality forage (Sparks)

• South Mississippi rancher works to extend grazing season (Hesterman) 

• Cusine: While in China... why not take a cooking class — Three Color Chevon Stir-Fry (Stemme) 

 



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November 2013

• Kid performance data needed to make sound business decisions (Pinkerton)

• Focus on preventing disease and not so much on medicating goats (Sparks)

• Here's how to keep chevon meatloaf moist (Stemme)

• Goats have connection with special needs (Carr) 



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December 2013

• Annual Pedator & Guardian Issue

- Using guardian dogs on the range (Noya)

- On guard! (Hesterman) 

- The benefits of using sibling guardian dogs (Negri) 

• Is rabies a concern in goats? (Sparks) 

• Tourist now gather where thousands of cattle once sold - A look back at the San Antonio Stockyards (Keblinger) 



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January 2014

Annual Kidding Special Issue

• Kids learn from mommas how to thrive on the range (Noya) 

• Contagious ecthyma: The face only a mother could love (Sparks) 

• Imprinting: A secret to successful marketing (Rieder)

Frankly Speaking: The Meat Goat Industry: Myths and reality (Pinkerton) 



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February 2014

• Fencing & Maintenance Special Feature

- When building a fence, do it right the first time (Hankins)

- You can't over-build fence when trying to keep goats in (Keblinger)

- Good working system reduces stress on both man and beast (Sparks)

- Protect fence from lightning damage (courtesy of Kencove Fence) 

• Breeding Meat Goats: Function over form, or not? Part 1 (Pinkerton) 

• Can new cottonseed pellets be substituted for whole cottonseed? (Pinkerton) 

 



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March 2014

• Homesteading Special Section

- My quest for independence and sustainability (Rieder) 

-  Nubian goat herd provides meat, milk and extra income (Pierson)

- 5 Acres and a dream - Working toward self-substaining goatkeeping (Tate) 

• Helpful books for beginning goat producers or homesteader (Sparks) 

• Meat Goat Industry Update 2014 - Part 1 (Pinkerton/McMillan)

• Breeding Meat Goats: Function over form - or not? Part II (Pinkerton)

• On a mission to save the Arapawa (Paul) 

 

 



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April 2014

• South Africa's rugged Boer meat goat alive and well in West Texas (Keblinger)

• Breeding Meat Goats: Function Over Form, Or Not, Parts III & IV (Pinkerton/Payne) 

• Goats provide important life lesson for Alabama youngster (Weatherford)

• Abortions can bring devastating emotional and economic impact (Sparks) 



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May 2014

• Kiko Goat Special Feature

- Stories & submissions from Kiko Producers 

• Showstopper Done! Report (Hankins)

• How will you manage worms this year? (Hart) 

• JABGA Report (Dusek) 



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June 2014

• Special Herdsire Issue 

• Fodder for Thought: Yesterday's headlines work just fine today (Hankins)

• Good records help ranchers make good management decisions (Johnson)

• Researcher encourages Goat Herd Improvement through on-farm testing (Andries)

• Accelerated Breeding Program: Here’s how you can make it work and make money (Pinkerton/Amsberry)

• Don't forget the bucks when making herd health checks (Sparks)

• Meat Goat Industry Update 2014, Part II (Pinkerton/McMillin) 

 



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July 2014

• 2014 ABGA National Show Report (Hankins)

• JABGA National Show & Report (Dusek) 

• Foot problems are no fun for man or beast (Sparks)

• Raising Boer goats in West Virginia (McClung)

• Cuisine - The secret to perfectly smoked goat meat (Fleming)

• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton)



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August 2014

• Fodder for Thought: DNA-testing can bring peace of mind (Hankins)

• How to use dewormers properly (Hart)

• Anemia can still kill your goat even after worms are gone (Sparks)

• Goat 'hobby' has turned into family business (Holland)

• Cuisine: My souvenir from Hawaii: a Portugese goat meat recipe! (Stemme) 



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September 2014

• Mixed Specie grazing for small-scale enterprises Part 1 (Preface/Pinkerton; Article/Phifer)

• Study looks at carcass types headed to market

• Does cottonseed hurt doe fertility? (Pinkerton)

• From soldier to goat rancher... (Johnson)

• Sale reports (Main Event/Next Generation/Elite Coalition/Smith) 



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October 2014

• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton)

- No summer slump this year in slaughter goat prices 

- What determins birthweight?

• Multi-species grazing: Making it work for you, 2nd of 2 parts (Phifer)

• Fall Sale Reports (Color Connection, Platinum Alliance, Labor Day Classic, Crossroads, Kentucky Performance Invitational, Oklahoma Hills Kiko Invitational) 



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November 2014

• Diarrhea in goats can become deadly (Sparks)

• Cuisine: Inspiration from the Old Southwest (Stemme)  

• What you can learn from the eating behavior of goats (Noya)

• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton)

• Sales Reports: Sale of Stars, Appalachian Kiko, KikoFest, Tri-State Boer Genetics, Cream of the Crop Kiko Sale.



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December 2014

• Livestock Guardian Special Issue

- Llamas ideal for those who don't want dogs (Nulf)

- Fluffy to the rescue (Brabyn)

- Akbash: A hardworking breed (Reece)

- Motherhood and guarding goats sometimes can be conflicting jobs (Sparks) 

• Late baby gets special attention (Keblinger) 

• Crossbreeding goats: Why and how? (Pape)

• Frankly Speaking (Pinkerton) 



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