The goat was domesticated by humans in ancient times, even before horses and cats. And this is not at all surprising, since this animal can provide milk, meat, wool, at the same time, it is unpretentious and requires minimal care from a person. At the same time, you can feed the goat with pasture in the summer and hay in the winter.
#1 Before starting a domestic goat, you need to think about the conditions for keeping and breeding it.
The goat is a breeding animal that is not used to being alone. That is why you need to immediately decide whether it is possible to have multiple goals. It is important to properly build a goat's house, that is, a separate shed for domestic goats, which will fully satisfy their needs.
#2 A goat is one of the most unpretentious animals that even a child can handle.
A goat at home will not take up much space. That is why many housewives used to keep her in their houses in the entryway. At the same time, it is not necessary to try to carefully protect it from frost or natural anomalies, because it is able to quickly get used to any climatic conditions.
#3 In summer, the goat can only eat pasture if it grazes during the day.
In the summer, you need to remember to stock up hay and dry branches for the animal, which it will feast on throughout the winter. If in winter, the food has run out or it has not been possible to store it, then the domestic goat can eat vegetables, roots, and even waste.