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KID COLORING PAGES
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BABY GOATS VIDEOS
Watch a fun kid video! (A baby goat is called a "kid").
SPENCER'S FARM BABY GOATS
The Alpine baby goat, (left image), plays "Peek-a-Boo!"
Saanen baby goats, (right image), play "King of the Hill!"
FUN TRIVIA AND GOAT FACTS
- Baby goats are called "kids".
- Goats can jump 5 feet high.
- There are over 300 goat breeds.
- A male goat is a "buck" or "billy".
- A female goat is a "doe" or "nanny".
- Goats milk is a major source of milk worldwide.
- Goats can be housebroken and trained to walk on a leash.
- Goats will not eat soiled food or drink contaminated water.
- Most goats have horns, some up to eight. Some are hornless.
- Dairy goats can give 3 to 4 quarts of milk in a 305-day lactation.
- Historically, goats were traded for silver because they were valuable.
- Goats reach puberty, 3 -15 months, depending on breed and nutrition.
PET CARE INFORMATION - (Basic Goat Care Tips)
- Goats like companionship of people and pets.
- Check with local veterinarian for vaccinations.
- Goats like the shelter of a draft-free shed or barn.
- Always keep food and water nearby and easily accessible.
- Place rocks or other items around for baby goats to climb.
- Goats like to roam pastures. Never contain them in small areas.
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