Another example of the inside of Goat House in Sarawak.
Homestay On A Working Organic Farm Near Kuching, Sarawak
An example of the inside of a Goat House in Sarawak. Many farmers in Sarawak do not practice letting their Goats out to graze regularly during the day. We ourself do just that where our Goats are let out during the late morning until evening to graze on any one of the assigned outdoor paddocks.
This is a sample of a raised Goat house in Malaysia. Many modern ones use concrete stilts to combat termites and feature a concrete floor, essential for collecting the droppings which are converted into organic fertilizer, another source for income.
This particular one belongs to a company that specialises in breeding and supplying Jamnapari Goats in West Malaysia. The majority of Sarawakian farmers only have earthen floors mainly due to budget and costs constrains. There are very very few farmers in Sarawak who are seriously commercializing their operations and turning a profit even after a few years.
Below is another Goat house located in East Malaysia, a rather large one by local standards. The majority of such housing is more often not exceeding 36 feet in length.