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In the newest addition to the successful "Living With" series, Hathaway and Schatz let readers in on everything they need to know about how to raise one or twenty goats in their own backyards. Readers will discover how to raise goats either for milk, meat, or companionship, and how to shelter and care for their pets depending on the breed (whether they're eventually going to eat them or invite them into their family circle). Between the friendly advice, first-hand wisdom, and hilarious stories, Living With Goatsreassures readers that raising goats is a rewarding and sustainable endeavor well worth their while.
Margaret Hathaway and Karl Schatz live with their family on Ten Apple Farm, a homestead in southern Maine, where they raise dairy goats and poultry, tend a large garden and small orchard, make cheese, and give occasional workshops on basic homesteading skills. When not farming, Karl is the director of Aurora Photos, an international stock photography agency. The couple’s previous book, The Year of the Goat, is a memoir that chronicles their journey from their lives in New York City to their home on the farm. Visit Margaret and Karl at livingwithgoats.com.