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Goat farm located at Northern part of Cebu. Sitio Can-ambay, Barangay Maravilla, Tabuelan Cebu. We welcome you to visit our farm to see our Anglo Nubian Goats.

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How To Disbud & Dehorn A Baby Goat

There’s a bit of a debate from homesteaders on the topic of disbudding or dehorning goats. Some people say it’s cruel to remove the baby goats’ buds, because it’s a painful procedure. Some people say they like horns and that it’s more natural and as God made them.

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Company unveils multimillion-dollar plan to farm 14,000 goats near Lara.

The proposed goat farm would house up to 14,000 female goats. A GEELONG company has unveiled a multimillion-dollar plan to build a goat farm and milk powder production plant at two sites near Lara. Nuchev Pty Ltd aims to begin construction in December, and be operational by July next year.

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Goat Milk Benefits Are Superior to Cow Milk

Goat Milk Nutrition Will Surprise You

Some of the health benefits of goat milk include its ability to reduce inflammation, optimize digestion, improve bioavailability of nutrients, strengthen bones, boost heart health, increase immunity, increase your metabolism, prevent toxins from accumulating in the body, protect against weight loss, and benefit the overall environment.

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Improve Traditional Goat Breeding: Stock Upgrading

The introduction of either a purebred or a graded buck into your herd will facilitate the upgrading of your herd. This can be done by selecting your best native doe and mating it with the highly improved buck or even a purebred buck. You can only use a big purebred buck if you have a big native doe that has previously given birth, as it can carry a relatively bigger offspring in its belly.

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Trimming a Goat Hooves

Grooming a goat is pretty basic, and keeping a goat’s hooves trimmed is one of the easiest, least expensive, and most important parts of goat care. Regular trimming takes very little time and cuts down on health care expenses in the long term. Always check a back hoof to decide whether it’s time to trim. Front hooves wear down more quickly than back hooves because goats use them to paw at things.

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East Africa’s farmers get water smart

New book provides practical advice for farmers to make the most of their farm in climate and water uncertain times. Farmer Tom Acuma is a water smart pioneer. On his 24 hectare plot in Uganda’s Otuke district he harvests runoff water into a pond that he can then use for supplementary irrigation.

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Mombasa Guinea Grass Performance

It is a very productive leafy grass, producing between 20 and 40 t/ha drymatter per year. 8-12% crude protein in Thailand on poor soils and 12-14% crude protein on better soils. Dry matter yield 28% more than that of Guinea TD58. (Purple guinea).

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Pakchong 1 - Hybrid Napier Grass

Particularly in Central Luzon, AET is encouraging land owners/plantation managers with land availability of at least 200 hectares or more to consider the Pakchong Hybrid Napier Grass as an attractive energy crop. The Pakchong has been proven to yield higher energy than other types of napier grass and is ideal as feedstock for biomass power plants. The tissue culture of these hybrid was developed by a scientist in Thailand.

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