What is The-Goat-Movement About?
This group is about the love of goats. Most people in today's world ignore the goat and see is as merely a farm animal that can't do anything. Goats are actually smart animals and can be used to work on a farm, as well as providing for a farm or family. Also as fellow members have said, they make great models for photography. This group is the place to be for any goat lovers!Rule of The-Goat-Movement
1. Respect other members here
2. Any goat art is allowed, we have a guideline of what is and isn't allowed on the front of the page.
3. Make sure art is submitted to the right folder to make the admins jobs easier.
4.Feel free to post video, news or happening about goats on the front page and we may feature it in the blog.
5. Have fun. Suggesting Favorites for The-Goat-Movement
We only accept endangered animals or underrated animal in our favorite. Why is that? Because we at The-Goat-Movement feel that there are other animals in the world that need attention and awareness. By putting them in our favorites, people can see these animals and maybe learn a bit about them. We will not accept wolves or foxes in the favorites unless they are truly endangered. Note the group if you want to make sure that the animal you want to suggest is endangered or not.Affiliate with The-Goat-Movement
We will affiliate with most animal groups on here. Even ones of animals that people never heard of. We will not affiliate with wolf or fox groups as there are way too many of them on this site, unless a good reason is given, we don't affiliate with them sadly. We don't feel that they would accept a goat group anyways. Any question, please note the group.Contest and Other Community Activities
We at The-Goat-Movement would love to run contest and/or other community projects for the group, if you have any suggestions, please note the group.Give a Goat Charity
Fellow member IronNails
, found this charity for goats that help villages.
Give a Goat Charity: www.giveagoatnow.com/
This charity is all about giving a goat to a village that desperately need them to flourish. The goats are used in making soaps, milking, food and even their poo is use to fertilize crops. Here's an overlook on the donations:
$25= Share a Goat
$50= Starter Goat
$100= Native Breeder Goat (Ready to Breed)
$250= High-Grade Breeding Goat
$750= Registered-Pure Breed Buck
Other= Welcome to donate any amount.
Any amount is welcome to the organization. We ask member if they have the money if they would like to donate to the Give a Goat charity. I understand that not all of us have money right now, but its at least the thought that counts.