Goat School by Janice Spaulding
A Master Class in Caprine Care and Cooking

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Getting your goat has never been easier. This book is part manual part cookbook, perfect for homesteaders or families looking to own goats for fun or function. It's also a perfect how-to guide for starting a small goat-based business. Packed with insider information on everything from breeding to milking, courtesy of the operators of the only goat school in the country, this book also features more than 100 recipes using goat milk, meat, and cheese.

About Janice Spaulding

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Ken and Janice Spaulding have been operating Stony Knolls Farm in Saint Albans, Maine for close to three decades. The owners of thirty goats of various breeds, the Spauldings know every last detail about raising goats - and creating a business out of it. Frequent attendees at farmers' markets and fair across the state, the Spauldings make delicious milk, cheese, soap, and other farm-fresh products year-round. They offer Goat School twice a year at which they educate would-be goat owners on in the ins and outs of goat husbandry.
Published September 16, 2011 by Down East Books. 224 pages
Genres: Cooking, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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