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  • Randi Jo Platt

    This will be me! 2 goats and a dog walking on the trail.

  • A Cultivated Nest

    Backyard Homesteads: Honey, I Shrunk the Farm - July/August 2011 - Sierra Magazine - Sierra Club


    Bay Area photographer (and Sierra magazine contributor) Lori Eanes documents the lives of some unconventional agriculturalists in her Urban Farm project:

  • Mountaineers Books

    Backyard roots: Book shares secrets of city farming -- Kitty Sharkey walks her Nigerian dwarf goats in her East Oakland neighborhood.

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I like the Idea of training the goats to help haul things around the homestead when I need a few helping hands, rather hooves XD

Homestead website - #goatvet likes this photo of a very patient mother goat

The Joys of Goats on the Homestead #goatvet loves her idea of having a clean freezer brick in the bucket so milk is immediately chilled

Nigerian goats area a great choice for any size homestead, but especially for folks who are short on space.

#goatvet likes this photo of an Australian cashmere goat from the Kassadyn Cashmere stud website

#goatvet likes this campaign to save the Icelandic Goat From Extinction | Indiegogo

I never thought about owning a goat, always a lamb...but here we are! That face!!!

The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Cookbook Recipes - Country Living, they make and sell goat milk soaps and cheese online , USA #goatvet

What do goats really eat? This is my favorite backyard farming site! Pinned for Jonas, in case he ever gets the bug again to ask for a goat for his birthday!

French goats snuggling in a rustic brick window. It really doesn't get any more romantic!

Yes, these are goats. The word for "tragedy" in Greek originally meant "goat song." Many scholars believe that the origins of Greek theater come from religious rituals. The association of the term "tragedy" to "goat song" could suggest the ritual practice involving killing a goat. Other people however theorize that Greek theater emerged from rituals done at the tombs of heroes.

This girl is so cute with her goat. Maybe I will live on a farm and get a cute goat :)