Rare San Clemente Island Goats
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The San Clemente Island Goat originally came from off the coast of California where they had become so invasive that the government started an eradication program in the late 1970s. Today less than a thousand of these goats are found in small herds around the US and Canada. In this episode I'm talking to Erin Link, who raises them and helped to start the new breeders association.

In addition to having a goat meat CSA, Erin also milks her goats and sells goat milk soap to raise awareness about the breed.

Full show notes here --- https://thriftyhomesteader.com/rare-san-clemente-island-goats/

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5:30 making soap
7:15 milk production
15:00 size of the goats
17:00 selling goat meat through a CSA
20:18 history of the breed
23:00 San Clemente Island Goat Breeders Association
26:00 registering goats

CIG Breeders Association website

SCIG Breeders Facebook page

SCIG Breeders Association Facebook page

EB Ranch LLC website

EB Ranch LLC Facebook page

EB Ranch LLC Instagram

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