I have goats and I want to get even more I need all the tips I can get to how to leash train them???
That is good advice! Wish i wouldve done that for my goat, it wouldve been so much easier!Here's one way I've learned!
1: put a halter on the goat ( one that goes over the nose and around the back of the head, Do NOT use one that goes on the throat) tie the halter up to a tree, or a post for about 10 minutes each day. Never leave a goat unattended! At first they are going to buck and scream like you are killing them, don't worry it isn't hurting it, it's just scarred. After about a week your goat should calm down.
2: once you can put the halter on the goat without it fighting you, you can got to step 2, which is leading it. It might take a few weeks, but with lots of practice you can have a goat walking on a leash like a dog
3: if you are wanting to show the goat in the shows, then step 3 would be to start practicing setting you goat up and walking it in a circle.