Goat Project

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Although beginners do not need to own a goat, the more advanced levels of the project are designed for those who have one or more goats to care for. Raise a goat for milk, mohair, meat or even for packing.

Goat Superintendent: Karyn Hamilton
Contact: dewklh(at)netzero.net or 406.461.7536

Junior Superintendents: Josie Hamilton, Irene Edwards, McKenzie Tordale

 

Dairy Goat Project Books

- Dairy Goat Level 1: Getting Your Goat and Helper's Guide

- Dairy Goat Level 2: Stepping Out and Helper's Guide

- Dairy Goat Level 3: Showing the Way and Helper's Guide

Meat Goat Project Books

- Meat Goat Level 1: Just Browsing and Helper's Guide

- Meat Goat Level 2: Growing with Meat Goats and Helper's Guide

- Meat Goat Level 3: Meating the Future and Helper's Guide

- Meat Goat Evaluation

Important Information

- You need to get a scrapie tag/tattoo from the person you are buying a goat from

- You also need to know Date of Birth (DOB), the sire and dam, and have the registration papers if the goat is registered.

Items to Buy

- Hoof trimmer

- Brush

- Water pail

- Hay feeder

Lewis & Clark County Goat Project