Learn How Some Goat-Keepers "Milk Through" in Our Latest Issue

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Most goat-keepers believe does must be bred and kid once a year to produce milk, but that isn’t necessarily so. The alternative is milking through, the act of milking year-round without rebreeding until production levels drop so low that starting over is a must. Depending on the doe, this can be two or three years or as many as six years or even longer, and there are distinct advantages. Do you want to learn about those advantages of milking through?

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