Clean goat droppings and bedding every day. Pick up wet and smelly goat manure and bedding every day. This includes manure that is scattered in grazing areas and pens. Replace the bedding with new straw. This can prevent disease in the goats because you have removed the parasites in the feces. Once or twice a year, clean the goat pen thoroughly. Take the bedding and brush the entire surface of the cage. Next, replace the bedding with new straw. On you can get more info about it.

Encourage the goat to be active. Goats are active animals so you have to make them active in sports. Encourage the goats to climb by placing climbable objects in the grazing area, such as large rocks, wooden structures, and shrubs. You can also play and run with the goats. If the grazing area is small, take the goats for a walk. Goats also like things like seesaws that allow them to move up and down and balance their positions.

Ask the vet for a “BoSe” injection. BoSe injections contain selenium and vitamin E, which are very much needed to keep goats healthy. Selenium and vitamin E are essential for bone, muscle, and reproductive health. Many goats are deficient in this important mineral and must be given a BoSe injection once a year. These injections can only be obtained through a veterinarian so you must have a prescription for them. If you want to breed goats, it’s a good idea to give this shot before breeding them. This can help the young goats to grow properly and prevent complications in the mother goat.

Vaccination of goats every year. Goats should be vaccinated against tetanus and CDT (to protect against Clostridium perfringens types C and D). Over time, the effect of the vaccine will wear off so you will have to give it every year. If goats are to be bred, the vaccine should be given about 30 days before the goats are mated, and the mother goat should be vaccinated 30 days before giving birth. Baby goats should also be vaccinated at 5-6 weeks of age for the first time and vaccinated again about 3-4 weeks later.