Working Goats

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  1. Complete Cart

    Complete Cart

    $430.00
    Our complete cart features the wagon, seat, and shaft -- everything you need to show off your pulling goat. Learn More
  2. Wagon

    Wagon

    $356.00
    Our wagon is handmade of high quality wood and heavy-duty steel. Wood parts are finished with varnish and paint. Learn More
  3. Harness

    Harness

    $180.00
    Our harness is custom-made to fit goats. Reins let you "drive" and turn goat as you would other pulling animals. Learn More
  4. Single Shaft

    Single Shaft

    $66.00
    If you have your own wagon, you can order this heavy-duty steel shaft to outfit your wagon for pulling. Learn More
  5. Double Shaft

    Double Shaft

    $95.50
    If you have your own wagon, you can order this heavy-duty steel double shaft to outfit it for pulling. Learn More
  6. Seat for Wagon

    Seat for Wagon

    $67.50
    The attractive seat with back rest attaches to the wagon so passengers need not sit in the wagon. High quality varnished wood. Learn More
  7. Nylon Halter

    Nylon Halter

    $8.85
    Figure-eight style halter of 3/4" nylon web with 1-1/2" metal throat ring. Comes in extra-small, small, medium, and large sizes and red, blue and black color choices. Learn More
  8. "Training Goats to Pull a Cart" by Caprine Supply

    "Training Goats to Pull a Cart" by Caprine Supply

    $3.95
    This Caprine Supply booklet details what you need to know to begin training a goat to pull a cart. Learn More
  9. Field First Aid for Goats by Alice Beberness & Carolyn Eddy

    Field First Aid for Goats by Alice Beberness & Carolyn Eddy

    $24.95
    Subtitled "A Portable Guide to Health Care for Your Goat," this spiral-bound, 4-1/2" x 5-1/2" booklet covers most first aid topics, plus emergency information, systemic diseases, packgoat management, diseases of pregnancy and kidding. Learn More
  10. Practical Goatpacking by Carolyn Eddy

    Practical Goatpacking by Carolyn Eddy

    $20.95
    Add to your goat packing library. Chapters cover the conformation needed for goats that will pack (including photos of good working breeds), herd health and management, training from choosing a likely prospect to advanced, gear, trail concerns, hunting with goats, toxic and poisonous plants, and field first aid. Learn More

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Our office is open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Time.
For phone orders or to request a catalog: 1-800-646-7736 or for international calls: 913-585-1191
For fax orders: 1-800-646-7796
For all other inquiries: 913-585-1191