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Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by freemotion, Dec 24, 2008.
Is there a way, like looking at the teeth of a horse, to estimate the age of a full-grown goat?
Yep some can tell the age by their teeth and how many are there, also the length too.
Details? I was told my new goat is 2, but I am not so sure.....what do I look for?
Look at her front teeth, if she is two, she will have four large teeth, starting in the middle (two on each side of mid line). The ones outside of that will be smaller.
You shouldn't tell the age of a goat.
They don't like it..
Thanks, dutchhollow, I will get her to "say cheese" today and take a peek at her teeth!
How do you get a goat to smile?
Yes you can tell by their teeth.
Well, she was uncooperative and I didn't want to push the issue today. I got a quick glimpse and I think I saw bigger teeth in the middle. When I get my milking stand built I am going to check again, and trim her feet as well.
thanks for the tips!
Here is a good guide..