Raising Goats if FUN!
Until you realize they are more fragile than you thought
Disorganization is no fun.
Frantic searching is frustrating.
Lack of confidence is overwhelming.
Scouring the internet has just given you disjointed paperwork,
scattered information and that feeling...
that feeling that says you are missing something really important.
What if something goes wrong...?
Losing your favorite goat before her time because you didn't know what to do and didn't have the right information is a terrifying thought.
I found this out the hard way...
I've wasted so much time looking for that small scrap of paper with scribbles stretching from one corner to the next and my heart has pounded to the minutes ticking by at a rapid rate as I look for the proper dosage information just one more time. I've licked my dry lips as I was about to stick a needle into my goats neck, just hoping this would stop the pneumonia racing through her body.
This solution came together as an answer to everything I've ever needed to know and use in my goat care...
And was the result of all that panic and lack of confidence, and now...
Here I am. Wanting to help you be the confident goat owner you really can be.
It all began 11 years ago...
knowing absolutely nothing about goats...except that they are exceptionally cute and loving and really love to chew on anything connected to YOU...
When my first goats arrived home, I had no idea what it took to raise them. Within a couple of months, one already had a broken leg from a horse kicking it and they followed us around like dogs. In fact, they knocked open the screen door on a windy summer night, and tip toed into and through the house, leaving a trail of tiny, round, black marbles and spent the night under the computer desk...quite happily, I might add!
But the complications really grew when the milking goats became a permanent part of my heart. The demand on their bodies from being in milk, being pregnant and giving birth was more than I realized and after a couple of years of raising goats, my first doe died in labor.
And it was almost too much to bear.
I didn't have the proper tools handy and useable at a split second notice. I needed my resources to be right there. I needed the proper dosages handy without searching the internet. I needed, at a glance, to be able to look through the history of my goat herd.
It was after this frustration of not having what I needed, that I began to put together what I did need. I don't waste another minute looking for records. I stopped browsing endless articles for possible reasons my goat may be sick. I completely limited my concerns I had...even about medications!
A Goat Management Binder system became my saving grace!
Imagine right now what it would be worth to raise your goat with confidence and to give them the care they need exactly when they need it.
When you don't have to spend stressful time and energy trying to find out what's wrong with your goats and you have your system set up to keep them healthy...you can spend more time with your family. You brought your goats home to bless them with goat snuggles and delicious goat milk anyway!
And you all can enjoy those cute goats together as they chew on your hair and the corner of your coat. When you enjoy your goats because they are happy and healthy, you will spend more time with those cute goats you fell in love with!
And above all that you will come into the house after a great day with your family and goats and feel accomplished and organized in your goat care.
And you don't even have to waste any time trying to piece all this information together on your own and you don't have to waste money on a sick goat, because you will be confident in your assessment of your goat's health and what to do when things are not as they should be.
My Goat Binder will simplify your every day tasks and will allow you to cut overwhelm and get more done. It will also save you money by keeping accurate records and will help you raise healthy goats.
Within minutes you will be able to immediately know how to diagnose a sick goat and you will know what to do about it.
This is what you'll get...
My Goat Binder Book
You will receive in the mail a paper back book where you can easily rip out the pages and put them in a three ring binder. This 88 page book will be professionally printed and will make your goat binder as pretty as it is useful!
It is also color coordinated to easily see which paperwork is for your does and which is for your bucks and wethers!
*TIP: Laminating the medication, treatment plan, symptom pages, recipe and how-to pages will help keep the pages usable for years to come!
My Goat Binder e-Book
You will also receive access to the e-Book version of this binder. If you have multiple goats, you can print out multiple health, information, breeding, pregnancy, treatment plans, milking records and any of the other pages you may need more than one of.
This e-Book version will be accessible at any time for you to fully use!
Yearly Goat Records PDFs
Ok. So, you bring home a new goat to your goat herd. That's TOTALLY normal...and to be expected. But you need the paperwork for this new goat but don't want to pick and chose which pages to print out and definitely don't want to print out the entire goat binder again.
This is an easy solution! These PDF's will be the exact paperwork you will need for each goat. Save it to your computer in a place you will never forget (ahem...am I the only one who saves things on my computer in places that will never be found again?) But that won't be you! You will save these files and will be able to print them out again and again with ease.
And then when this year has flown by, you will need to print out paperwork to keep track of your goat's health next year. This will be the easiest way to do just that!
Founder, A Life of Heritage
I've gotten my goat systems under control...
Now it's your turn
Now all you need is this awesome goat binder mailed right to your door, the ability to print as many records as you need, and the know how to identify and remove poisonous plants from your property that could potentially hurt your goats.
But all of that is fun when you realize that you have what it takes to do it with confidence!
Remember, you can raise healthy goats and have fun doing it!