Posted September 04, 2018 12:27:07 Goat Hill is located in Nauruan territory, which is home to about 300,000 people.
The hill overlooks a rocky mountain that is popular for goats and sheep.
Nauru’s goat farms, which are owned by the Naurua Sheep Association, have produced a lot of milk for Kiwi farmers.
The milk benefit has been extended to Naurus citizens, who are also entitled to a 10 per cent discount.
“The goats have been really well treated here and there have been lots of good results for us.
But we’re not sure what we’ll do with the milk,” said Peter Kavanagh, president of the NARSA.”
If the goats are treated well, then that’s probably a good thing for them.
But if it’s not then we need to see how they do with a milk supplement.”
The milk is a mixture of cow’s milk and goat’s milk, and is supplied to local restaurants and farmers markets, as well as to a few restaurants on Nauruses capital island of Maungakariri.
There are no government or animal welfare laws in New Zealand there are no specific welfare requirements for the goats to receive milk, but the goat farms in Nauvoo are required to follow a strict protocol.
The goat farms have also been told that they must give the milk to any sheep they sell, and only to goats on their own premises.
“We don’t have any plans to sell it to other goats.
It’s just for the Nausies goat farm,” Kavanaugh said.”
I think the farmers are really pleased, it’s great to be able to give it to goats and it’s a good boost to their income.”
There is also a goat hill at Nauras capital, Maunga, that is currently being developed to serve as a visitor attraction.
The Hill overlooks Maunganui, where goats roam freely.
There has been a significant increase in the number of goat farms on Nauvetus since the beginning of the year.
The NARRA said it is currently working with the Nānus government on a plan to open the goat hill to tourists.
“They have been very positive and really encouraged the goats, so it’s going to be a fantastic experience for the tourists and we really hope they can make it a success,” said Kavanough.
We have strict regulations about the conditions in which the milk is to be stored and processed and the milk must not be sold.””
But I do want to reassure everyone that we have strict policies for goat milk.
We have strict regulations about the conditions in which the milk is to be stored and processed and the milk must not be sold.”
The goat farmers are also being offered a 10-per-cent discount for visitors.
“There’s some people coming here to the goat farm who’ve had bad experiences, but we’ve got good experience and we’re very proud of it,” said Mr Kavanah.
“Hopefully we’ll be able, when we see how it goes, to see if we can give it a go.”