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How To Sheer a Goat

For sheering a goat you will need to get two plastic bags. On one wright the name of the animal, the date and the year it was done in.The other one will be for garbage. That means the stuff you don't want.

Make sure your sheers are working and ready before you put your goat in the stand. Make sure you have oil for your blades. If your blades get hot easy. Make sure you have a few extra blades.

#1. Put your animal in the stand. Pick out all the vegetation out of the animal fiber.

#2. Next you will want to oil your blades.

#3. You will want to sheer down the back bone. That will get you ready for sheering the barrel.

#4. You will want to sheer the barrel. Do this on both sides.

#5. You will want to sheer the belly carefully.

#6. You can sheer the legs know.

#7. You will want to do the neck. The animal will most likely not like this so have someone help hold the animal.

#8. If your goat is being good. You can clean up the parts you missed.

Tips

It helps if you give your goat some grain well you are sheering.

If your goat will not stand still it helps if someone hold the goat.

Do not let your goat get matted before y0u sheer it. If you do it will not be worth keeping.

Sheer twice a year. In the spring and then in the fall.



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