I read somewhere that most meat goats are raised on browse. It didn't mention if they are also fed hay or grain, but gave the impression that they aren't. I have a few questions... 1. Do you raise your goats on only browse, or do you also feed hay/grain? 2. What breed to you raise? 3. If you raise your goats on only browse, how many acres does it take? 4. Did you plant specific plant species for your goats? If so, what are they? 5. Why did you choose the way you feed your goats? 6. Do you think it's more economical to raise meat goats in a smaller pen and use the pasture to grow hay/grain to feed them, divide it between pasture and field, or have the whole thing be pasture? This is something I've been curious of for a while now and I would really like some answers from experienced goat people. I'm sorry if this is in the wrong section, I had a hard time choosing between this and the meat goat section. *edited to add a question *edited again to add following questions: 7. Do you have separate paddocks or one big pasture? 8. If you have separate paddocks, how big is each paddock? 9. Does your stocking rate include the babies or only the does/buck?