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First Aired - 10/06/2011 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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It's Goatober and that means this week the Farm Report gives you the inside scoop on goats and the idea behind Heritage Food's No Goat Left Behind program. From the differences between meat and dairy goats, goat nutrition, recipes, and herding Erin Fairbanks and tatiana Stanton, the goat extension specialist for NY state, will guide you on this encyclopedic episode. Learn how goat is being transformed from a niche meat to being served in over 70+ restaurants in New York and the myriad way you can prepare a delicious goat dish. This episode is sponsored by Heritage Foods USA's No Goat Left Behind initiative.


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First Aired - 06/09/2011 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Farm Report, Erin sits down with Tim Patterson, the Director of Advancement at Sterling College in Vermont. The Topic? Goats, and more specifically the plight of the male goat in the small-farm context. Learn about Tim and Sterling's goat and sustainable farming projects and the goat roadtrip to NYC. Later learn about the differences between meat and dairy goats and Erin's own involvement with the No Goat Left Behind project. This episode is sponsored by Fairway Market.


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First Aired - 10/27/2011 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Goatober is almost over, but don't be sad! You can still get your last goat fix on this week's Farm Report. Host Erin Fairbanks talks with farmer Mark Guanzini and his wife Luce who run Highwood Farm up in Spencer, NY. Highwood Farm is also a participating goat farm in Heritage Foods USA's No Goat Left Behind initiative. They talk about the daily life of raising a herd Boer meat goats from the day they are born until they go to market. From how they allow the goats to self-wean, which they believe decreases the stress of the animals being separated from their mother, to why they keep some dairy genetics in their herd the episode is packed with goat info. This episode is sponsored by the No Goat Left Behind initiative.

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