Holiday Greetings from Hoegger Supply. We want to take this opportunity to thank you, our customers, for being a part of the Hoegger family. Throughout 2013 you folks have shared ideas and advice with us and with one another. We have loved seeing all the pictures of your farms and adore the pictures of your goats on Facebook. We are looking forward to a great 2014 with you as we continue to learn together.
Look for our catalog in the mail very soon. The "kids" just keep growing. Wishing all of you a safe and Happy New Year!
Do you want to make one gallon batches when the recipe calls for two? Want to try making Brie but don’t want to buy an expensive mold yet? Try making your own molds out of recycled food containers! Read More »
Our last soap blog showed a step-by-step tutorial on how to make goat milk castile bar soap. Castile soap – 100% olive oil soap – is mild but not very bubbly or cleansing. What do we consider when formulation goat milk soap with multiple triglycerides? And what about adding scents and colors to goat milk soaps? Read More »
Would you believe me if I said that the first rule to putting weight on a goat does not involve grain? You will probably think I am really crazy if I said that grain isn’t even in the second rule, either. A common question that many goat owners have is how to put weight on their goats and keep their conditioning optimal... Read More »
Why show your goat? Showing your goat is fun! It is also a great way to meet new people. Showing your goat will help promote your goat breed too. It can be a lot of hard work but it is very rewarding and YES fun! Showing your goat allows you to be able to show off all the hard work that you have put into your goat. Read More »