Goat fees are a great way to save money on your goat and reduce stress.
But how do you know if you can afford them?
Find out with our goat fee Calculator.
Goat Fee Calculator The Goat Fee calculator will help you calculate the amount of money you can save with a goat and the goat’s upkeep.
We’ll also take into account the health of your goat, how many hours per day he/she spends grazing, how much you can feed your goat daily, and how long you want your goat to be healthy.
Here are some of the common goat fee types: Free Goat Fee (F) – Free-range goats have free access to fresh water and sunlight, and live in small groups of at least four animals.
This fee can be as low as $150 per goat and $400 for a family of five.
These goats are not allowed to graze in the fields.
FFA – Free range goats are allowed to roam free in the field and graze at their own pace, and can be owned and raised by any individual.
You can choose from five different fashions and the price of your choice depends on your budget.
These animals can also be kept indoors for the first three years of their lives, although they can be moved outside the property after this time.
Cost per day: Free Range Cost per goat: $350 Cost per week: $750 Cost per month: $1,500 FFA costs $1.25 per day for the whole goat, or $150 for a group of five (depending on your fashion).
This is more than double the cost of a conventional farm goat.
FGA – Free Range goat (FRA) – A FFA goat can be kept as a flock, which means they must be individually managed for the benefit of all the animals.
FRA goats are usually more expensive than FFA goats, but they are a viable alternative if you cannot afford a conventional fattening goat.
Cost of a FFA Goat: Free-Range Cost of an FFA: $2,400 Cost of FFA with FFA and FFA Plus: $6,400 FFA + FFA = $10,200 Cost of the FFA plus FFA is $7,000 for a single goat.
For a group, you can expect to pay $8,000 to $10 and $12,000 per goat for a FMA, FFA, and FGA.
This is the cost you pay for each animal, but this can vary depending on your animal’s age and fatteness.
FSA – Free to Farm – A free-range goat can also grow to a height of up to 30 feet (9 metres) or a weight of up