Kiko goats originated from Whalers in the South Pacific who released goats on the islands to help ensure a reliable food supply in such remote areas. In the 1960's, after 150 or so years of natural selection, some of these goats were captured by the New Zealanders and put through an intensive 30 year breeding program where they were crossed with with best features of different breeds too create a superior commercial goat. These goats are bred to be hardy and low maintenance with strong maternal ability and parasite resistance. Kiko goats typically perform better on brush compared to other dairy breeds that have been developed with intensive grain feeding.
Feeding goats forage and Biochar on top of driftwood berms can provide several benefits for nourishing the shoreline environment and improving shoreline resilience and biodiversity:
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BC Timber Goats respectfully acknowledges it is located on the unceded traditional territory of Wei Wai Kum Kwiakah and K'ómoks First Nations. We recognize and respect their stewardship of these lands, waters, and resources for countless generations. We acknowledge the rich cultural heritage, resilience, and ongoing contributions of the Coast Sailish and all Indigenous peoples in this region. We are grateful to have the opportunity to gather, learn, and work together on their ancestral lands. As we engage in discussions and decision-making today, let us strive for inclusivity, respect, and a shared commitment to reconciliation. May we continue to build positive relationships with the Wei Wai Kum Kwiakah and K'ómoks First Nations and all Indigenous peoples, honoring their history, culture, and connection to the land. We express our gratitude and appreciation for the teachings and wisdom that these lands and waters have provided and continue to provide. We are all beneficiaries of this land, and it is our collective responsibility to care for it, now and for future generations. Ekosi. Thank you.
BC Timber Goats respectfully acknowledges it is located on the unceded traditional territory of Wei Wai Kum Kwiakah and K'ómoks First Nation First Nations.
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