Although best known for "fainting" when startled, the Tennessee Fainting Goat is more than just a novelty.
The primary use of the Cashmere goat is the production of the prized cashmere fiber. This comes from the goat's soft undercoat.
The Angora comes to us from the Himalayas of Asia Minor. Its origins are so ancient that the details have been lost altogether.
The Old English Sheepdog is generally regarded as a pet and show dog today, but it has retained its herding instinct and can still work.
Sheep are not the limit when it comes to producing fiber. Some of these alternative fibers may surprise you.
Although it makes a good pet, tourist attraction, or photographer's model, the Highland has so much more to offer homesteaders and organic beef producers.
Llamas and alpacas look strikingly similar. That's why they are classified in the same family: camelids, or camel-like mammals. So how do you tell them apart?
If you can only buy one book on goat health, consider this book by Pat Coleby. It is guaranteed to become a favorite, whether you raise goats for milk, meat, or fiber.