How Much Land Does a Goat Need?

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A goat needs as much land as possible to make it comfortable for them to roam and feed. There is not a set size of land for having a goat. They need room to jump, hop, play, roam, and eat. The pasture has to be big enough to support how much they eat. The field will need to have enough vegetation to support feeding. If there is more than one goat, a person would need to have additional land.
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Goats require about a 10- to 15-square-foot area per goat if they spend only a small portion of their time indoors. If you have several goats, try to have an area where they can all
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This really depends on the type of goat, its age, its stage of production, the type of pasture you have, the amount of rainfall you have in your area for pasture growth and the carrying
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If you are looking at the mini breeds you do not need a vast amount of space. Goats love to run and play so if you use a small pen(20ftx20ft min. for 2 mini) I would recommend investing
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