All about Goats! 

Welcome to GoatSavvy, a website about farming goats and goat raising, whether it be raising dairy goats, raising meat goats, or simply caring for your pet goat. This website is designed to:

  • give tips on care of goats, kidding, goat husbandry, preventative tips, and things to watch out for
  • provide advice on producing quality goat milk
  • direct you to the right places to find your goat supplies 
  • provide you with the knowledge and goat resources you need to have healthy and happy goats

There's never an end to all the things we have to learn about goats; every day we learn something new!  as we share our knowledge through various articles and tips, we would love to be able to learn from your experiences as well!  So go ahead and use the invitations to share your own tips - we'd love to hear what works for you (or doesn't!).

More fun stuff is coming soon, with recipes, stories, songs and goat gift ideas! 

Drink Goats Milk

There are countless benefits to drinking goats milk! Here are just some of them:

- It’s pre-biotic (has “friendly” bacteria)
- it’s anti-inflammatory
- It’s easily digestible
- It’s hypo-allergenic
It’s great for babies, it’s the closest thing to mama’s milk
- It improves lactic tolerance

Recent Content

  1. Goat Resources

    Jun 23, 18 03:46 PM

    Here are some great goat resources, forums, and helpful articles. Even if things may be going well, there's always going to be one who causes you trouble!

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  2. Goat Milk Nutrition

    Jun 09, 18 10:13 AM

    There are loads of benefits to drinking goat milk. From the proteins, vitamins, and minerals to the decreased likelihood of allergic reactions and prevention of anemia, goat milk nutrition has you cov…

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Calcium & Iron can't mix... or can they?

Most people know that you're not supposed to drink milk with steak - don't mix your calcium (Ca) intake with your iron (Fe) intake!

... but WAIT!

Goat milk sustains high calcium availability without restriction of iron utilization, as is frequently the case with bovine milk.  So - goat ahead... drink your glass of refreshing milk with your steak!  although really, nothing beats a glass of wine with steak, of course ;)