Ever wondered what a day in the life with milk goats is like? Check out what a day in the life with milk goats looks like and how much milk that provides for a family of 8.
Food security is kind of that scary thing in the air right now. Globally governments are collapsing, people are revolting and prices everywhere are soaring.
So we find ourselves asking…Will there be enough? How high will prices go? How will things look next year?
We started goats before the post-covid/world-wide-crisis situation we are in right now.
However, I can say I am glad we did.
Goats are great at turning all sorts of scraps from lawn clippings, to banana peels, or garden waste and weeds into a quality fresh protein source (be that meat or milk) but in our case milk.
But do you wonder what exactly a day in the life with milk goats looks like, check out the video to see what our mornings look like.
Goats don’t tend to be what everyone thinks of first when they of milk (honestly I think that might just be the American mindset). However, goats as a reliable milk source are great for a family’s needs. With locally sourced milk you can turn that into all sorts of goodies like yogurt, kefir, cheeses, and of course, don’t let me forget the whey.
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Beth is a mother of 6 living on a handful of acres in an old farmhouse in central Kansas. Beth has a background in the military and health and fitness however her passions come from her homestead life. Beth is an enthusiastic homeschooling mom, avid organic gardener, chicken & goat wrangler, who is obsessed with herbs and natural remedies and maintaining an all-around Do-It-Yourself lifestyle. Beth loves to share all she has learned about and sustainable living. While striving for a healthy, natural life, family-centered life.