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Whether your property is 1 acre or several hundred, sloping or flat, crowded with brush or completely forested, you can still raise dairy goats for milk. Two goats will produce enough quality fresh milk — with each doe averaging 3 quarts a day for 10 months — to feed your family all year. Add a few more goats and youll have enough milk for making cheese, yogurt and even ice cream.data-pin-do=

Raising Dairy Goats and the Benefits of Goat Milk - Homesteading and Livestock

Want Milk? Get Goats -- Whether your property is 1 acre or several hundred, sloping or flat, crowded with brush or completely forested, you can still raise dairy goats for milk.

The right way! Yesterday I shared the amazing and amusing story of how I did everything wrong and still managed to make goat milk butter. All told, that but

Yesterday I shared the amazing and amusing story of how I did everything wrong and still managed to make goat milk butter. All told, that but(How To Make Butter Dairy Free)

Got (Homegrown) Milk?  Thinking of making your own delicious milk, cheese, yogurt and other dairy products? Invest in some dairy animals and you’ll be on your way. (HobbyFarms.com)... how fun would it be to raise milking sheep! Sweaters AND cheese?  What more could one ask for.

Got (Homegrown) Milk?: Thinking of making your own delicious milk, cheese, yogurt and other dairy products? Invest in some dairy animals

Goat's milk gets a bad rap. I've heard people describe goat's milk as “goaty” or just plain gross. But when handled properly, it isn't that way at all!:

Is your goat's milk... goaty?

Goat's milk gets a bad rap. I've heard people describe goat's milk as “goaty” or just plain gross. But when handled properly, it isn't that way at all!

Making Goat Milk Butter (with a KitchenAid mixer) | Better Hens and Gardens

Making Goat Milk Butter (with a KitchenAid mixer)

Description and photos of a process for making goat milk butter using a KitchenAid mixer - no cream separator or butter churn are used.

Cheese 101: The Easiest Homemade Cheese via Better Hens and Gardens

Easy Homemade Goat (or Cow) Milk Cheese

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