Posted by: L | September 23, 2009


Considering the fact that goats will eat almost anything and they are small, they would be easy to keep. They would need to be herded around the area because keeping them penned in one place will not work. They would eat everything in their pen area.

However, I was thinking that crossing Dairy goats with angora goats might possibly result in hybrid goats that produce both milk and wool for making into clothing.

Cows are too big and you might not find enough food for one. Sheep could also be used, as they are currently milked in some parts of the world.



  1. Pygora goata are Angoras crossed with pygmies. They give fiber and milk:)

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