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  1. Kidding Koral
    Last year when my does kidded, I used only straw in the kidding areas, but with all that fluid it would have been nice to have something a bit more absorbent. I've read that wood chips would be bad for getting stuck on wet kids, but I feel like I've seen a few of you using them in your kidding...
  2. Beginners Goat Raising
    I have two 7 month old Toggenburg/Saanen wethers. At night, they are housed in a 9 x 9 shed with dirt floor. Of course they pee during the night and the straw I use as bedding get's soaked. Therefore, I clean out their area every day. I leave the door open to help dry the wet areas before...
  3. Goat Management
    This straw if for sale and is the only thing I can find near me. It is listed for $1 and it was said to get rained on but then covered up. I'm new to this so I'm not sure how this straw looks as I want to use it as bedding for my new goats. Not sure about mold. She said she used it for her...
  4. Beginners Goat Raising
    I stumbled upon an idea of using leaves as bedding material to cut down on bedding costs. My property is covered in leaves and that would certainly be a cheap option for me. Has anyone tried this?
  5. Goat Frenzy
    I was wondering if anyone uses their goat poop and bedding as fertilizer for their gardens? If so do you put it directly in the garden and till it under, or do you have to let it compost first? Any tips on the subject would be greatly appreciated. I am going to plant in the next few weeks...
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