Each goat requires an area about 30 to 50 square feet for grazing. Goats should also receive supplemental foods, such as hay and grain, if they cannot get enough fresh grass each day.
Goats should be provided with housing to protect them when they return from grazing. On free ranging, one can stock 20 goats per acre of land. This means that if one has 10 acres, they can stock as many as 200 goats.
Sheep are easier to keep than goats, with one caveat. Sheep are wired to flee when frightened. Even tame, in-your-pocket sheep are frightened by procedures such as shearing, hoof trimming, and annual vaccinations.
It's perfectly fine to let chickens and goats free range together, but they do need a place of their own when not turned out. You'll need to give the chickens a place to live free of the goats where they can be warm and protected from predators.
Baby goats are also notoriously curious and can ingest poultry droppings. Two species of Campylobacter bacteria, both of which are zoonotic in nature, meaning they are not host-specific, are C. jejuni and C. coli.
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