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Goat Feed

 

Quality goat feed is the key part of commercial goat farming. All the aspects of Meat production and milk production depend on the which type of quality feed you are giving to your goats. How much dry matter is present in the feed. The quality feed to the Goat gives quality results. 60% of the total cost is only spent on the goat feed.

the combination of Dry Fodder, Green Fodder, and Concentrate Fodder should be present in the Diet of Goat Every day for the better production.

Goat feed should be Packed with Nutrients Like Protein, Carbohydrate, Minerals, Vitamins & fiber for the Good health. The proper nutrition in the goat feed Helps them to stay free from major diseases.

Required Nutrients in the Goat Feed

 

Protein

for the quality meat production, Enough Protein in the Diet is quite much needed. Protein helps in muscle growth of goats and keeps the goat free from weakness. Extra protein should be present in the diet of Lactating goat and Breeder of the Farm.

Energy

Approximately All the feed provides energy but the concentrate feed is full with energy and energy is quite much needed for daily routine like exercise, walking, ruminating and another Daily routine of goats. The good source of energy is Fat, Grains, Bran, etc.

Minerals

the minerals in the goat feed keep them free from stress because minerals help in the proper functioning of Brain. the minerals also help in bone growth or milk production. Therefore the proper amount of minerals is much needed in the goat feed. Important minerals for the goats are Calcium, phosphorus potassium, selenium, copper, and salt.

Vitamins  

Vitamins in the goat feed are required for growth and good health. The B vitamins help in cells growth also important & it also helps in feed digestion and proper working of metabolism. Important vitamins for Goats are Vitamin C, B1, B12, A, D, E, K.

Water

Fresh Water should be present 24 hours in front of the goats. Water is much required for the proper working of the body. It also helps with food digestion and milk production.