I have 2 goats and I'm temporarily boarding 4 more. Right now it's 3 Nubians (a horned, three legged recent wether, a disbudded herd queen, and their 2 or 3 month horned doeling), a disbudded pygmy doe, and my two disbudded ND 4 month olds. It's been a bit rough but we're working out the kinks. There is a 12-year-old girl in my city who apparently loves goats but is unable to get her own. Her mother posted to Facebook asking if anyone who has goats would be willing to have her help with goat chores or just hang around (funny, I thought that only happened to horse people) so we contacted them and we're setting something up. It occurred to me: I don't have any safety guidelines for goats. When I'm with them I just try to use common sense and think ahead but I don't know if that would be sufficient for a child. Does anyone have rules for their kids or visiting kids with their goats?