Joanna in the northwest NC Appalachian Mtns - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
A couple of years ago, recommended by my experienced goat friends, I bought a goat-weight tape from Hoeggers's Supply. I recently read a couple posts from bloggers wondering how to approximate a dairy goat's weight. I think the weight tape is more for standard-size dairy goats and I have Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats (however, all our goats are fat), but it gives me some idea about their weight, when I dose for wormers, etc. * You put the tape just behind the front legs and come up around the body - heart girth. * http://www.hoeggergoatsupply.com/xcart/product.php?productid=3669&cat=0&page=1 Use this handy, easy-to-read measuring tape to determine the approximate weight of your goats. This specially designed tape converts your goat’s heart girth measurement into body weight. Made of sturdy, wipe-clean vinyl. * Any feedback would be appreciated.
In the NC Appalachian Mtns, NW NC. We live on 30 mountain acres. I like to hang out with my critters - a few chickens Pied Guineas, Muscovy ducks, peafowl, 20 ADGA-registered and appraised Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goats, two small dogs Bunny and Buzzard. one livestock-guardian dog JackBadger, and an elderly Irish Terrier Brawn. . Mike and I are Life Masters at Bridge.
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