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Goat Shelter Pictures

By: "Gary Pfalzbot"

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  • Don't throw away that old ??? just yet... This is a collection (in pictures) of various visitor submitted goat shelters. You might be suprised at just what might work to give adequate and safe shelter to your goats!

    Water Tank Goat Shelter This little gem comes to us from Charlene Martin in Hazel, Kentucky. Good job Charlene and thank you!

    "Dear Gary, Here is a picture of my goat house that you requested. I have 12 goats currently, and they can all fit in this old water tank. It is very portable - if we need to move it from one pasture to another all we have to do is sit it on its side and roll it! This cleans the contents out nicely, as well. I intend to place an entrance "flap" soon and perhaps install loose mineral containers. I already store salt blocks and goat blocks inside to keep them from weathering."

    "Pictured is Wanda. My cats like to sleep inside with the goats as well."

    "I think this proves that I am indeed the "Queen of Redneconomics!" I expect to see our picture on Jeff Foxworthy's Blue Collar TV show as "Redneck Yard of the Week." - GW - yes...I'd say that this definitely puts you in the running!"

    Do you have a unique goat shelter picture you'd like to share? Please feel free to send it to us for display here. Please be sure to add a little bit of a description of your shelter so that we can share it with the rest of our visitors. Pictures and text may be sent to GoatWorld, or, if you do not have a method to send pictures, you can send us the hardcopy photo and we will scan it in for you.

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    About the author: Gary Pfalzbot is a Service Connected Disabled Veteran and the web master of GoatWorld as well as some other web sites. He has raised goats over the years, been involved with 4-H (as a young boy) and currently resides in Colorado where he and his wife Pam raise a few breeds of goats and other animals, and primarily author the GoatWorld web site to continue to inform, educate, and promote the industry.

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