The tough, spirited Toggenburg is one of the most low-maintenance dairy goats—and one of the most challenging.
Although best known for "fainting" when startled, the Tennessee Fainting Goat is more than just a novelty.
Sweet and spunky, the lovable Pygmy goat endears itself to all who know it.
The Nubian goat is typically thought of as an African breed. In reality, it traces back to late 1800s England.
For the homesteader with a desire for homegrown milk, the Nigerian Dwarf is a superb choice.
As its name suggests, the LaMancha does have ancestors from Spain, but it was developed entirely in the United States.
Exactly what the title suggests—an introduction, concise and clear enough for a reader with no prior experience with animals.
Not only is the English Shepherd an excellent watchdog and guardian of livestock, he can herd just about anything.
Despite years of breeding for conformation, the herding instinct still lies dormant in some Collies.
A niche business is not a big business, and it cannot be run in the same way. Capitalize on your strengths—but do your research.