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Fun Farm Facts Friday – December 4th

I can’t believe it’s December! We have almost reached the end of our Fun Farm Facts. Only 4 more facts before the series is over! I hope you feel like you have learned a lot over the year.

The average milk production for a dairy goat is 1,500 pounds per year in the goat’s prime! This can vary widely based on the individual goats and breed. Small breed goats like Nigerian Dwarfs give signification less, while some of the standard breed goats, like Toggenburgs, give more. On average Nubians gives over a gallon day. Our girls have always been exceptional milkers!

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