What Kaye said. Once you are through all the very basic sometimes hysterical 'modern' goat books, they become dust collectors...Goat medicine then becomes your frequently used bible. Use the blank inside pages to put all the super good info in goatkeeping 101 on.
For really good info on marketing, weblinks...in many ways her books are forums like this condensed down into chapters!!! Ellie Winslows books are great.....So much more than you would think. [email protected]
I also love Unitedcaprinenews.com
The old Dr. Sam Gus book (I will look up the name)
The book of the Nubian by Alice Hall.
Disease and Management of Dairy goats by Alica Hall and Robert Jackson.
Veterinary Parasitology Reference Manual by William J. Foreyt (someone correct this my page is gunked up with spilled fecal material
Lets sticky this when it gets through, everyone add yours. Vicki
One book I like is Raising Meat Goats for Profit by Gail Bowman. Though it deals mainly with Boers, it contains a chapter on kidding, which has helped me in the past. She has also included a chapter of recipes for fixing goat meat. I also like the Goat Medicine book.Kathie