Goats — Early Kidding Planning Budget

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Jennifer Lutes
County Engagement Specialist in Agriculture and Environment

Abstract

The meat goat budget is designed to reflect the economic costs and returns of a 50 doe, winter kidding flock (December and January) with kids marketed between 50 to 60 pounds in April. This management system takes advantage of seasonally high market prices for weaned kids. However, this management system has relatively high production risk due to summer breeding challenges and winter kidding.

Topics

  • Farm budget
  • Kidding budget
  • Goat budget

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