This does not make goats happy, they might melt There are problems that go along with that, since goats are more of an arid-country critter. We get lots of rain too and the two problems that pop up over and over are one, they have a high mineral requirement and constant rains can leach that from the soil. And two, they can be very susceptible to foot-rot and other fungal stuff. I guess what I'm trying to say is that getting goats from a successful breeder nearby in the same rain might be more important than actual breed because they will be selecting for goats that thrive in your climate.
we get very long stretches of rain
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