We're city folks that have never had any kind of animals except for our dogs, a couple of cockatiels and some aquariums. We've successfully raised our chicks from day old to now 10 wk old pullets and are quite pleased that they are all healthy. Now, the next item - goats! We know nothing would love some advice! a short list of tips for keeping them healthy, advice on breeds, predator protection, containment, things we don't even know enough to ask about? At this point, we might want goats milk down the road, but for the immediate would just like them to keep us company and clear out under the trees at the back of the property. We've toured a goat dairy and know that if you want milk, you want to take care with their feed, so brush likely wouldn't be a good diet for tasty milk? Thanks for reading my post and also for any ideas or input!