This list contains the top deals I've found for Spanish Goats. We have also written about A Blue Moon at Last, Where Should I Live Now? and The Job of the Future.
-- Desiree

Spanish Goats

  1. Black Diamond Ranch: Black Diamond Ranch raises Black Spanish Goats and other animals. Spanish goats are famous for their method of survival. They can make it through hot and dry climates that other goats struggle through. (www.blackdiamondsranch.com)
  2. Cozine Springs Ranch: At Cozine Springs Ranch, they raise all natural 100% Heritage Spanish goats for meat, brush or pets. They also raise 100% all natural beef. (www.cozinespringsranch.com)
  3. Raising Spanish Goats for Meat: Notes on getting started raising Spanish goats for meat. Other breeds raised at this Oklahoma ranch include Nubian and Boer goats as well as Great Pyrenees guardian dogs. (www.goats4h.com)
  4. Rising Sun Ranch: The Spanish goat is known as the toughest goat out of all kinds. It is used to the hot and dry climate. Check out Rising Sun Ranch’s heritage Spanish goats for sale. (savannagoats.com)
  5. Spanish Goat Association: The Spanish Goat Association look for ways to preserve the Spanish goat gene pool by escalating the accessibility of Spanish goats and by educating goat breeders of the benefits of raising Spanish goats. They also offer a forum for you to get in touch with Spanish goat breeders. (spanishgoats.org)
  6. Spanish Goat at Wikipedia: Learn more about the Spanish goat’s history, characteristics, conservation status and more on this article. (en.wikipedia.org)
  7. Spanish Goats for Sale: Whether you want to buy or sell Spanish goats, you’ll find here ads for buying and selling purebred Spanish goats. (www.spanishgoats.org)
  8. SteelMeadow Farm: Unlike other kinds of goats, Spanish goats can breed out of season and is very successful in giving birth. They are an extremely proficient group of animals. (steelmeadowfarm.com)

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  1. From Things I Wish I Had Been Given as a Kid @BBT.com on 04 Aug 2011 at 8:54 pm

    […] wasn’t that bothered about the nationality of my pet and would have been equally happy with Spanish goats, Polish rabbits or Polynesian hamsters to be honest. Actually, can I digress for a second from this […]

  2. From The Job of the Future @BBT.com on 21 Oct 2012 at 3:34 pm

    […] she be herding Spanish goats? She certainly loves to see animals and always lets out a squeal of delight when we visit our […]

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