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  • 1. Redlands Dairy
    RedlandsGoat Hill
    Angie Lindley
    Internship
    Sept.-Dec. 2009

2. Goat Breeds

  • Alpine

3. 1 La Mancha 4. Nubian 5. Saanen 6. 1 Toggenburg 7. Boers 8. SpanishProduces most milk
Produces a high butter fat
Produces less volume than others/butter fat is 5% or more
Produces more milk than average/lower butter fat content2.5%-3%
Oldest known dairy goat breed/ has the strongest goat taste
Quick growth rate and excellent carcass quality
Smaller, thin boned, excellent hardiness and low input
hardiness and low input
9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Hands on experience!
Dairy
16. 17. 18. milk storage tank
19. milking room
20. 21. brain box
22. 23. 24. hand milk
25. Pre dip/stripping teats
26. 27. Milking goats
28. Post dip after milking
29. 47 goats on milking line
47 goats on the milking line
30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 9 bucks
39. 40. 41. 42. 15 probies for spring 2010
43. 44. 45. 46. 31 doelings
Will be milking in 2011
47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. Monetary Costs
Supplies needed for the milking room
$20.50/5 gal. pre dip
$30.95/5 gal.post dip
$10.00/1000 paper towels
$8.80/1 gal. heavy duty acid
$10.00/box latex gloves
$12.00/5 gal. 10% chlorine
$.05/for each filter
The costs does not include parts on the milking line that wear out or just breakage.All the stainless steelthat is custom made.
58. Feed Costs30 goats per week
$8.52/100# Corn- when not on dairy line
$10.00/50# Tindel(sweet feed)-150# per day not as much when not milking
$30.00/round bale Sudan
$7.50/sm. bale Alfalfa full production 1 a day
59. Vaccines(insurance)
2 times a year

  • 8 way

60. Lepto 61. Chlamydia1 time a year

  • Cas-bac-for knots in head and glands