Drying up a dairy goat is as simple as not milking and not letting kids nurse. When you stop milking, and there are no kids nursing, the udder fills up and tells the body that there is no demand, so the goat will stop producing milk.

Is it really that simple? Yes. Unfortunately a lot of people make it more complicated and can wind up causing problems.

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