Anyone have experience packing with just 1 goat?
The goat I am thinking of getting seems to be a lone goat. The owner is trying to find a new home for her because of the high cost of Alfalfa...so he said. So I may have an advantage here since she is used to being alone.Nanno said:Cuzco was an only goat for ten years and we never had a problem with him camping. He was accustomed to being by himself at night so it wasn't a big change for him. He might make a little noise at first just because it was a new place, but he always settled within a few minutes. I would tether him nearby where I could hear him but where he couldn't reach the tent. He was already accustomed to being on a tether at home so it didn't make him upset on the trail.