(Disclaimer: We are not Veterinarians and not all sites below are by Vets. We are providing links to sites
we’ve found useful over the years, but we can’t assure the accuracy of all of these links.
(Contact your Vet to be sure.)
FYI: If your goat isn’t well, start by taking his or her temperature.
(A goat's normal temperature is 102 F to 103 degrees F.)
Drugs used in the Goat Industry - from Barnonemeatgoats.com
The Medicine Chest - First Aid Kit - from Barnonemeatgoats.com
The Biology of the Goat - A great place to start learning, articles about reproduction, parasites etc.
FiasCo Farms - Care, Health & Husbandry, Site Map on the right, list of health issues/solutions
Langston University - Free, on-line meat goat training modules
Creep Feeding Kids- from Cornell University
Bar None’s Goat Info Page - Info on raising/showing wethers & health issues
American Consortium for Small Ruminant Parasite Control - A great resource for the latest research
Meat Goat Mania by Suzanne Gasparotto - Informative health articles
Health & Management Articles - Tennessee Meat Goats (bottom of page)
Goat Herd Health Document by Joni Scheftel - Info on vaccinations etc.
Goat Link - Great source for treatments and other general info
Body Score Index - Figure your goats’ BSI from Langston Univ.
Drug Withdrawal Time - Useful Goat Medications/withdraw times info
Univ. of Kentucky Info - Sheep Research & Education
Minerals in Soil - Excellent map to see what your county’s mineral levels are
Kentucky State Univ. Newsletter: Nutritional Value of Hay (p. 3) and Affects of Worms (p. 5)