Goats

Resources About Goats

What is Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL)? How does it affect goat and sheep residents in sanctuary, and how can you manage its spread while keeping
What is Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL)? How does it affect goat and sheep residents in sanctuary, and how can you manage its spread while keeping residents happy and healthy?
Nutritional, living space, and social recommendations for a younger goat or kid in an animal sanctuary environment!
Nutritional, living space, and social recommendations for a younger goat or kid in an animal sanctuary environment!
Goats are fascinating and complex individuals! Here are some verified fun facts about them!
Goats are fascinating and complex individuals! Here are some verified fun facts about them!
Help ensure your goat residents have a happy and healthy life by introducing enrichment strategies for them!
Help ensure your goat residents have a happy and healthy life by introducing enrichment strategies for them!
Laa white and brown goat chews on grass while looking out.
This list includes descriptions of common plants and other substances that may be toxic to goats and tips on how to prevent poisoning at
This list includes descriptions of common plants and other substances that may be toxic to goats and tips on how to prevent poisoning at your sanctuary.
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A short guide on how to be safe around goats and how to recognize the signs that they want to be left alone.
A short guide on how to be safe around goats and how to recognize the signs that they want to be left alone.
A short guide to safe cohabitation considerations for goats, including social, dietary, housing, and safety considerations.
A short guide to safe cohabitation considerations for goats, including social, dietary, housing, and safety considerations.

Fun Facts About Goats

Did you know that goats are more likely to have their ears pointed forward when they are experiencing positive emotions than when experiencing negative emotions? Also, the pitch of their voice is more likely to be steady when feeling positive emotions, whereas it may go up and down more when they are feeling distressed.
Want to get on a goat’s good side? Start with smiling! Goats are able to differentiate between happy and unhappy human faces. And they have been found to prefer happy faces!
Did you know that goats can develop accents? That’s right: The vocalization of kids has been studied, and it was discovered that their voice can change to sound more like other goats they are with when they are moved to different social groups!

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