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How To Garden For Goats: gardening, foraging, small-scale grain and hay, & more (The Little Series of Homestead How-Tos from 5 Acres & A Dream Book 6) (English Edition) eBook Kindle
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I bought the book because I wanted to save money on goat feed. For example, I got excited about the homemade goat mineral because I thought I would be able to replace the store bought mineral I use. Instead, the author feeds it in addition to regular goat mineral.
The best part, in my opinion, was about the author's personal experience raising hay for her goats on a small scale. This was good information that I wouldn't have found in my other books and something I can do right now.
I hope the author can expand this book in the future to include things like silage, or her own experience with hydroponic fodder. It would also be nice if she ran some experiments and figured out how much money she actually saved by doing some of the things she suggests. I really like the idea and point of this book. It just needs some more original content for the price.
Which is a long way of saying that this is the book I wished I'd had when I got started. Tate walks you through a widely varying array of potential feeds you can grow or collect for your goats, along with a list of what you really shouldn't be feeding to your herd. She included sections on sprouting grains and growing them all the way to "fodder" also, both options of which are both better for the health of your herd than the dried seeds if you must feed grain. Tate also offers advice on drying a wide range of weeds and herbs to make your own mineral mix, and even covers small-scale methods of harvesting hay.
Overall, while Tate's short book obviously isn't the be-all and end-all on the subject, it's an eye-opening edition that should be part of your goat-keeping library if you want to move away from simply scooping up some sweet feed for your caprines to dine on each morning.