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Living With Goats, Again!

April 10th, 2013
The paperback version of Living With Goats features a new cover with Ten Apple goats Flyrod, Chansonetta, and Joshua

The paperback version of Living With Goats features a new cover with Ten Apple goats Flyrod, Chansonetta, and Joshua

We are very excited to announce the re-release, in paperback, of our book Living With Goats: Everything You Need to Know to Raise Your Own Backyard Herd. The paperback version sports a snazzy new cover that features 3 of our first 4 goats, Flyrod, Chansonetta, and Joshua (Lawrence Chamberlain).

To celebrate the release of the paperback version, we’re giving away signed copies during the month of April. We want to hear from you! Just send us a message: a blog comment, a facebook comment or post, or blog post of your own, and tell us why you want to live with goats. We’ll choose our favorites and send signed copies t0 the winning answers!

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  1. Michelle Lyson
    April 12th, 2013 at 01:28 | #1

    Congratulations on your re-release of your living with goats, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it! i just recently bought my first home in the country and have been wanting to get a couple of goats for milking, reading your book was very knowledgeable and made me want to get goats even more! Right now though we’re working on our fencing around our property to make sure it is goat proof!

  2. Debby Flowers
    April 20th, 2013 at 15:33 | #2

    Greetings from very snowy Minnesota and Ole Lake Farm. My husband and I are milking our first goat, Daisy, and I am loving it! Why did I wait until the age of 48 to do this? Better late than never. Can’t wait to make some cheese! Just finished ready (today) The Year of the Goat… enjoyed it very much, and will be checking out Living with Goats as well. Your goat hike is a neat thing… I would never have thought of it, but in my pre-goat days, I would have gone for it with much enthusiasm. Anyway, just wanted to wish you well.