How To Raise Caribou

Finally, A Complete Guide That Shows You....

"How To Raise Healthy Profitable
Caribou For Meat, Leather Or Antlers In Your Own Farm Yard Even If You Are Just Starting Out Raising Caribou"


“That's Right, This Is A Beginner's And Advanced Farmers
That Will Guide You On How To Raise Your Very Own Caribou For Profits Or Pleasure Even If You've Never Done Any Form Of
Farming Before!"


Table Of Contents:

- The Benefits Of Raising Caribou

- How To Raise Caribou

- It's All About Caribou Farming

- How Much Is That Worth To You?

- Frequently Asked Questions



Name: Gerard Dawn


Dear Caribou Owner Or Farmer:

You've been searching around for information on how to raise caribou, but you not finding enough guidelines to get you started? Or you have some questions you need answers to when raising caribou? Well look no further because I've got the answers to all questions you may have to raising your own healthy caribou.

Caribou are mammals that are known to live in the northern regions of Europe, Asia, North America, and Greenland. When snow starts to fall, caribou then move south and travel to more cool climes where they can consume moss or lichens.

These members of the deer species, when searching for food, can dig for food using their large hooves. The underside of their hoof is hollowed out like a large scoop, which allows the caribou to dig through snow when searching for food.

Caribou have dense, chocolate-brown coats of hair with a white neck and flank. Their fur has two layers to keep them extra warm. Their hair contains air pockets that assist in keeping the animal warm and also helps them be more buoyant while swimming.

You too can raise big, healthy, profit-paying caribou, if you will merely meet certain clearly defined caribou requirements. If you do this, and it's easy, you need never worry about profits, you are sure to succeed.


The Benefits Of Raising Caribou...

Caribou are one of the most efficient animals, they don't eat a lot resulting in them eating less feed and making them cheaper to raise than other livestock such as cattle.

Caribou are a combination of a browser and grazer, meaning that their feeding has a moderate impact on forage. This is of great advantage us the grazing feed can be available in most times of the year.

Caribou meat is an excellent source of protein, which keeps us healthy. The liver and stomach contents give us vitamin A.

It's meat is low in fat, when compared to beef, chicken and pork. The parts are a great source of iron, which gives us energy.

You can also raise caribous for leather Or antlers. These two bi products are in great demand around the world with less farmers suppying the demand.

As you see there are lots of benefits as to why one would want to raise their own caribou. When done right caribou farming can be very rewarding and can bring some good profits as well. But it is very important that you know what you are doing when starting out because you can easily make costly mistakes.

Weather you want to learn how to be a caribou farmer or just want to master the art of producing tenda meat and leather, having the correct information is needed to start your new hobby. Without information we would all be floundering in the dark. Knowing where and how to start with raising caribou will prevent your dream from becoming a disaster, so keep on reading...


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If you want simple, easy read information on raising caribou and enjoy all the benefits of owning caribou, all in one place, finally there's now a complete guide to successful caribou farming.



How To Raise Caribou

How To Raise Caribou

A lot of livestock farmers are beginning to raise caribou in their farms, their reasons vary as to why they want to raise them but most farmers raise them for their produce.

There are several subspecies of the caribou. The largest is the woodland caribou, which can be found in the boreal forest across Canada. “Reindeer” is the name given to woodland caribou in Russia plus Scandinavia, but reindeer and woodland caribou are the same species (rangifer tarandus).

The woodland caribou is known to have a short, stocky body that preserves body heat, while its long legs assist it in moving through the deep snow. Its winter coat gives insulation from the cold, and its muzzle and tail is short and covered in hair.

A caribou hooves are big and hollow in the centre, making them handy tools for digging in the winter snow to dig out important food sources such as lichen.

The caribou is the only member of the deer species where both the males and females grow antlers. The antlers of the female are much smaller than the male ones, but they are carried for a longer period of time.

Male caribou are known to shed their antlers around November or December, after mating. Females will carry theirs until June after they have given birth, to assist them in defending food sources while nursing their calves.

"How To Raise Caribou" is a complete ebook that will guide you on how to raise a healthy caribou and get the most profit you can from them even if your an absolute beginner.

In detail you will discover: 

 The History Of The Caribou

 The Various Types Of Caribous

 Caribou Species For Breeding

 Caribou Characteristics and Behavior

 The Habits Of Elk

 Domestication Of Elk

 Management Of Elk In Inclosures

 The Breeding Of The Caribou

 Experiences Of Caribou Breeders

 The Management Of The Caribou

 Wild Caribou In Private Game Preserves

 Game Laws In Relation To Caribou Farming

 Commercial Caribou Farming

 Caribou Required Food And Water

 Protection From Climatic Extremes and Predation

 Protection From Diseases And Injury

 Caribou Housing And Handling

 Caribou Management Practices

 How To Transport Your Caribou

 Caribou Humane Destruction


It's All About Caribou Farming

A lot of people think that raising caribou requires a lot of work and care. But that's not totally true. Raising your own caribou doesn't require that much work as you think it would. Caribou do well without any assistance since they are versatile creatures.

If you are a beginner farmer who has a large grass land, you can have no problem in raising grass-feed caribou. You can grow you caribou in pasture all year round and reduce your expenses in buying feed. Reducing your costs will ensure that you make more profits in the long run.

You maybe thinking of raising caribou because you want to help improve an agricultural landscape or you may want to raise for profit. What ever reason you may have to raising caribou you have to get the right guidelines in order to have healthy caribou.


"Look At What Other Farmers Say About
How To Raise Caribou!"


"Bigups From The Commercial Rancher"

I've been a rancher for about ten years now since I moved to the country side and I do consider myself a bigtime rancher. I raise a couple of different livestock in my farm including alpacas, chickens, goats and sheep.

I tried adding some caribou in the mix but a lot of them died due to various reasons which I can not point out. I just did not understand as to why so many of my caribou were not growing healthy and reproducing. I just had to get guidance.

Your ebook "How To Raise Caribou" did just that. It opened my eyes to see what I was doing wrong with these livestock, now I'm ready to give them another go. Bigups this is a great ebook.

Thank you again!

 Michael Haywood.


"The Only Caribou Ebook"


Surely this is the only productive caribou farming guide available in the internet.

I say this because I searched so much on the internet to find complete information on raising caribou. If it wasn't that I came across your ebook I would still be searching :(

Anyway now that my search is over I'm emailing you to let you know that this is a great ebook and covers all that is required to raise caribou. I'm sure I will now avoid making unnecessary mistakes through trial and error.

Thank you again!

 Steve Chapell.


"Didn't Know Caribou Were Profitable"

Hi Gerard,

I'm sure a number of livestock farmers are just like me didn't know that raising Caribou was very profitable. We all think of raising cattle, goats, etc but not caribou.

Your ebook has opened my eyes to a whole new opportunity that most livestock farmers do not know, the raising of caribou for profits.

I've got a nice piece of land that I'm going to use to raise caribou, I've already contacted some suppliers from your resource section. I'm so excited to get this project going.

Thank you!

 Larry Hackett.


Many People Don't Know Where To Start!

Don't be one of those people who spend a fortune in getting guidance. This ebook will not only save you time on doing the research needed, but also in your pocketbook.

This guide won't leave you hanging not knowing what to do next. Its a step by step caribou farming plan that spells out your next step in plain English, you won't need to look for other information or join any other expensive caribou farming training course once you have this guide in your disposal.

But once you decide to get your copy today you will also receive these following detailed guides... 


Detailed Guide #1   

Raising Caribou For Meat

Caribou Feeding And Equipment

Caribou usually need nutritious food regularly to be healthy, happy and contended.

A diet that is high in energy, low in fiber and supplemented with ample of protein is considered ideal and wholesome to ensure the upward and steady growth of caribou.

Caribou can not be called a caribou unless it loves its food. Its feeding habits are characterized with rooting and pleading for more food and eating food with a great gusto and relish.

However, in spite of your caribou being constantly obsessed with the idea of eating food, it does not mean you submit to its obsession.

There is a specific and regulated pattern of feeding and eating habits for your caribou and before you give your caribou that extra morsel of food, ponder again!

With this ebook you will discover:

 Healthy Caribou Feeding

 Best Caribou Feeding Times

 Methods Of Feeding

 The Dietary Needs of the Wild Caribou

 Caribou Feeding Equipment

This is a must have guide for every farmer who wants to proper feed their caribou, its a complete ebook to healthy caribou farming that will ensure that you feed your caribou the right nutrients from a young age.


Detailed Guide #2

Caribou Farming For Profit

Caribou Housing And Management

When just beginning in raising caribou the first thing you have to prepare is land and housing.

Raising caribou requires you to build a proper house for them. The housing provides the caribou with shade from the hot sun and keeps them warm in the winter.

Caribou house can be designed using wire, fencing hardware and hay. And house should be well ventilated as well and be kept clean.

Believe it or not but caribou are clean animals and don't like to defecate their own pens but that doesn't mean you can't help them out.

With this ebook you will discover:

 Caribou Fencing And Protection

 Cost Considerations

 Some Alternate Fence Types

 Housing Tips and Hints

 Useful Management Equipment

With "Caribou Housing And Shelter" you’ll be amazed at how simple and easy it is to proper house your caribou. You will get all the different options to housing and the required equipment for caribou farming. 


How Much Is That Worth To You?

"How To Raise Caribou" retails for $167. But today we have reduced our price to get you started and are offering it to you for only $37. All of the information on raising healthy caribou is simple to understand with images to guide you. You'll never find a guide that guides to on raising caribou in one ebook.

This guide eliminates the time you will spend searching for incomplete information about raising caribou. You don't have to purchase a guide on feeding caribou alone, then buy yet another guide on raising young Caribou and keeping your caribou healthy separately, that will cost you over $100. Just by making a one time investment of $37 you will get all you need to know on raising caribou at a cost of the price.

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If You Serious About Starting A Caribou Farm
Then This Is Your Guide

When getting into caribou farming you should get your production goals set before you buy your caribou. Will you be raising your Caribou on pasture? How are you going to manage your caribou in the winter seasons? Are you going to pasture your young? You should also consider your costs for each traits.

You should also consider the type of climate you want to raise your caribou and the ranch in which you are going to raise your caribou. What are the advantages and disadvantages? Knowing this will help you in planning ahead and reducing the chances of getting unexpected expenses.

So if you are serious about becoming a successful caribou farmer, your first step is getting a copy of this guide. Once you get used to how Caribou are managed you can be sure that you will produce high quality meat plus leather and make a fortune from the caribou farming industry.


"Caribou Farmer Must Have Ebook"

When I received your email on what I thought about your ebook "How To Raise Caribou" I just had to reply and let you know of how informative it is and that every farmer who is interested in raising caribou should have.

Getting complete information on raising caribou for meat is not easy to get and you will probably spend a lot of money in doing so. But now your ebook is available for everyone who is serious about raising these animals.

As your other books on raising profitable livestock this one over delivers again. I find that it answers every question I had for near every situation. It's an excellent reference for the beginner farmer and advanced ranchers who are thinking to start raising caribou.

Did I Say Thank You!

 Kevin Clark.


Nothing, Absolutely Nothing, Is Left Out!

For successful caribou farming, it is very important that you know what you are doing so to avoid failures. You have to know how to feed and give proper shelter for your caribou. You will have to know how to early notice and treat different types of health matters and diseases that will be of harm to your livestock.

And when it comes to caribou farming this is the only guide that covers every aspect of raising healthy caribou. It's a complete guide to being a productive caribou farmer. So if you want to raise healthy caribou, make sure you have this ebook for guidance and reference!


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P.S. A farmer should understand that not all caribou breeds are equal, so make sure before you buy your caribou that you are buying the right breed. Grass based setup is not good for prolific breeds, more attention is required for certain breeds which also don't do well in certain conditions.

P.P.S. Even when bred in captivity, caribou don't make good pets. While they can be tamed, and they are small, manageable and adorable at first, they become unmanageable and wary as they grow older. Domesticated caribou may attack humans during mating season, and they can also turn dangerous to protect their young. As you see there's a lot you need to know about raising healthy productive caribou, you definitely need this guide.

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I understand that this ebook will help me start a successful caribou farm even if I'm an absolute beginner and haven't tried raising livestock before.

And I understand that by making a one time investment I will receive the following caribou farming ebooks: 

How To Raise Caribou - Which will guide me on how to raise profitable caribou in my very own farm. I will discover how to care for them and profit from their produce.

Caribou Feeding And Equipment - This is a complete ebook on how to proper feed my caribou and make sure they get enough nutrients to grow healthy and strong.

Caribou Housing And Shelter - With this ebook I will get guidelines with dimensions on how to build a fence and proper house my caribou making sure they are well protected.


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Frequently Asked Questions!

Are Caribou Hard To Raise?

Caribou are large and sometimes belligerent livestock. If you have no prior livestock handling experience, you may underestimate the difficulty in raising these domestic animals, but once you get used to caribou, it can be easy.

How Much Does It Cost To Raise Caribou?

The costs of raising caribou depends on the number of livestock you want to raise. But one thing for sure you have to prepare money to build shelter and buy feed for your caribou.

Is Raising Caribou A Good Investment?

When done right, caribou farming can be very profitable. Like other forms of livestock farming, caribou production involves substantial capital investment and some risks. Raising caribou successfully also requires daily attention.