Top 3 – Fun Facts
- Giving birth is called “kidding.” You may know that a baby goat is called a kid, but did you know that, because of that, a goat giving birth is said to be “kidding”? We’re not … joking.
- Goats don’t have teeth on their upper jaw. Instead, they just have a strong dental pad.
- Goats have accents. Just as human voices will vary in cadence and inflection by geographical region, a particular goat’s bleat will sound different from that of a goat in a different country.
Where does my money go?
Costs Are Estimated And Fluctuate Seasonally
- Cost Per Year For One Goat = $200.00
- Cost For Herd For One Month = $115.00
- Cost For Herd For Three Months = $345.00
- Cost For Herd For One Year = $1,380.00
- *Including Stable Maintenance Fee $100 Per Month
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