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A goat will generally live for 10 to 12 years. Male goats, or bucks, tend to have shorter life spans than female goats, or does, and wethers. This is partly caused by the stress involved with going into rut yearly. Some goats live up to 15 years. By examining the size and condition of a goat's teeth, experts can safely estimate the age of any ...

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They usually live for around 10-12 years. . Goats usally live for around 10-12 years,but some can live for longer.The worlds oldest spider is 53 years old!

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Pygmy goats normally live 8 to 10 years. The oldest known pygmy goat, as confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records, was a male named McGinty. McGinty was 22 years and 5 months old when he died.

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Pygmy Goats. Both the bucks and the does live an average of 12 years old. Pygmy goats are carried in their mother’s womb for an average time of 152 days and begin eating grains within a week. Pygmy goats are many times the victims of a wide array of disease, but if vaccinated and cared for properly, they can live longer than expected.

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They usually live for around 10-12 years. <additional- I know people who have breeding does that are 15, 18, and 20+ years old and still fairly healthy> Goats usally live for around 10-12 years ...

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Goats can live around 15–18 years when healthy. Some goats have even made it into their 20’s! However, not all goats are guaranteed make it to this age, and many can die earlier or live longer, depending on their circumstances. A stressful or diff...

www.homesteadingtoday.com/threads/how-long-do-dairy-goats...

dairy goats definately live and produce longer than four to five years. i would say 10 is a good average for a milker but i heard of 13 year old doe kidded with twins.

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Best Answer: the average lifespan of a goat is 12-14 years. so i would say it died of old age.. if you take good care of them it is about 16. so 17 is really good for a goat.. OK to all you goat experts.. i want to see these so called "20 year old goats" I know people who have bred for 50 years.. 16 is the ...

www.livescience.com/52540-goat-facts.html

Mountain goats can jump 12 feet (3.5 meters) in a single bound, according to National Geographic. Mountain goats have bright white coats that help them blend into the snowy areas of their home ranges.

www.goatworld.com/articles/goatsaspets/petgoats.shtml

Only needed in the winter or if goats do not have access to good pasture. Feed small amounts of grain if needed, less than or equal to 1 pound per day. Important note: Goats can get VERY sick (rumen acidosis) if they eat too much grain so it is critical to store grain in goat-proof containers and not over-feed.