GOAT TALK

Join our informal ZOOM discussion on all things goat walking.

JOIN THE CONVERSATION, THE CHIN WAGS!
You’re Invited To Our Upcoming Weekly Online Talks

Our Nubian herd continues to enrich our lives, and provide daily lessons that add to our comprehension, appreciation and proficiency of this modality. We share our experience with fellow goat herders.

If you’re ready to take the next step into an amazing goating experience, drop on in and join the conversation. Happening online weekly on Zoom.  Do you already have pastoralist/goat walking experience and related knowledge to share?  We want to get to know you!!

WE TALK ALL THINGS GOAT WALKING

 

We understand the overwhelming sense when determining how to begin, where to begin.

You may wonder if the outcome will result in anything useful.

Sit in on our weekly sessions. Peruse the resources, we believe these will help you decide.

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WHEN

Meet-ups will be Sunday evenings from 

6:00pm – 8pm  CST.

The next Chin Wag scheduled:
To Be Announced

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WHERE

 

ON THE ZOOM online platform. It’s simple….

>Subscribe to register.

>Download the app to your device.

You will receive an invite, with meeting ID and the access code.

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TOPICS

  • Pastoralism, why it ‘s different?
  •  What to consider and do before training
  • The process, the steps, the goals
  • Mistakes made with goat walking
  • What is trail time, and field time?
  • Tips for the urban goat walker
  • Site selection for training

 

 

MY STORY MIRRORS THAT OF MANY OTHERS

I had a rough start in goat herding. Much of what I implemented did more harm than benefit. My herd wasn’t thriving, and I was ready to “throw-in the towel”.  Out of my struggles and trials, I discovered pastoralism.  Goat Your Land was born from my writing and research into this realization.  Enabling me to help others restore to their herd the elements of pastoralism, the most ancient and beneficial form of goat husbandry.

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