Spring 2015 Goat School Registration
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  All fees are non-refundable

Learn to raise goats! Come to:
Goat School® Spring 2014

Join us for the Spring Semester of Goat School®! This event will be held at Stony Knolls Farm, 49 Maple Lane, Saint Albans, Maine, and will be a great goat experience. Topics will include choosing your new goat, management, breeding, kidding, medical problems, nutrition, hoof trimming, milking, tattooing, necessary paperwork, record keeping, and a special segment on emergencies! We will cover numerous aspects of raising goats for meat, fiber and dairy. A milking demonstration will be done on Saturday around 4:00 p.m. for any one wanting to stay a little longer.

Saturday May 24th and Sunday May 25th, 2014
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday
AND, a  Cheese Making & Soap Making Class on Monday May 26th starting at 9:30 a.m.!

Lunch both Saturday and Sunday and a copy of the Goat School® Manual
are included!
For more info or directions call (207) 938-3714(207) 938-3714 or email info@goatschool.com
Name _________________________________________________

Class registration:
One person $200___________________

Spouse or Significant Other $100 __________________

Additional person from same household $200__________________

Young teens (over 13) must be accompanied by an adult $75___________________

Cheese & Soap Making Class (per person) $100____________________

TOTAL ENCLOSED___________________________

Please enclose a deposit of $50 for each person attending with balance due at Goat School®. A separate deposit for the Cheese Making & Soap Making Class of $25 per person must be paid at time of registration.

(Reminder: ALL fees are non-refundable)
Make check or money orders payable to Janice Spaulding and return to: PO Box 322, Saint Albans, Maine, 04971
Please dress appropriately for Maine weather! Layers work really well.

Good education makes for happy, healthy goats!