Did you know that demand for goat meat has increased by 330% from 2013, and is expected to steadily increase in the years to come?
Did you also know that the price of goat meat in the United States (and Canada, the U.K., and Australia) is high because there?s a serious LACK OF SUPPLY?
It?s a fact: demand for goat meat is increasing substantially every year, but there aren?t enough farmers raising meat goats!
You?d never think the Boer goat business could be that big of an industry, could you?
Hi, my name is Marc MacDonald, but you can just call me ?The Boer Goat Guy ?. I started researching Boer goats as a profitable farming opportunity 3 years ago, and haven?t looked back.
Over the past few years I?ve amassed a lot of knowledge on what it takes to quickly scale up a Boer goat operation ? knowledge that comes from interviewing successful Boer goat farmers from across the United States.
?Goat industry is fastest-growing segment of farm industry right now?
If you?re looking to expand your farm into the industry of the future, you?ve come to the right place. The Boer goat industry is?.
100% Recission Proof
Growing by leaps and bounds
Fast to start (if you do it right)
High Profitable (if you do it right)
No Special Education or Experience is Needed
Are Boer Goats Right For Your Farm?
Only if you like all of the many added benefits of raising Boers:
Boer goats are hardy animals that can adapt to many different environments
Boer goats are fast growing (which means you can breed them quicker than other goat breeds)
Boer goats can prosper on poor pasture and brush that would not support other types of livestock. Some ranchers run Boer goats on the pasture after their cows ? to clean up the weeds!
Boer goats are tame, gentle animals and the more you handle them, the gentler they become
Boer goats are good breeders. Under good conditions, Boer goat can kid 3 times in 2 years!
Boer goats consistently produce more muscling in less time than other goat breeds
Boer goats are good milkers, allowing them to raise multiple offspring with excellent weight gains
Boer female kids can reach puberty at 6 months of age and are considered early breeders. Male kids can be used for breeding at 5 to 6 months of age
Compared with other goat breeds, Boers put on more weight and generally look fuller and healthier
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