Hi all! We own dairy goats and raise them organically (or at least as organically as possible) and my son is taking on a meat goat as a 4H project next month. We want to raise it as organically as possible also. We have access to lots of organic grains here in California. The breeder that he is getting the wether from recommended a few feeds but they are all nothing I'm interested in feeding. Is there anyone out there that raises meat goats organically? Any advise on what to do? I realize that because we're not feeding the "regular" feeds that the wether might not turn out like one that was fed certain foods. This will be more of a learning project for my son and we'll most likely end up eating the goat ourselves. We've raised pigs in the past (organically) and they don't end up looking anything like the ones at our fair that have been feed "meat maker" but they tasted great, were healthy and grew well. I'd appreciate any thoughts or advise. Thanks!