Basic dairy goat links:
G-6-S Information. A breeder who always uses G-6-S Normal bucks will never experience a G-6-S problem in their herd. The test is available from Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory.
Nice Goats don't arrive via stork. Breeders who provide healthy animals are important even if you only want pets or family milkers. Some of the farms that I am providing links for are for people that I don't know very well BUT the goats that I purchased from them tested negative for CAE, CL, and Johne's disease. Don't buy sick animals. Test before purchase.
Goat coats: I found a very nice place to buy little coats to keep baby goats warm. I assume their adult sizes are nice also but so far I only have purchased the small coats. The quality and price are good
Tony Epperson is an excellent vet for dogs, cats, and horses. I know this site is about goats, but he has been excellent for my dogs and horses. I just wanted to take the opportunity to include him in this links page.
The website for Tennessee meats goat is a great site for general care and medical questions! Their speciality is meat goats, but their website is very comprehensive and quite useful for any breed.
Another general knowledge site: