A cow moos. A goat baas. Both give milk.

Farmers Brian and Steven had cows. Their dad had cows. Grandpa and Great-Grandpa had cows too. But cows cost too much to keep.

No more mooing on the farm. Now goats baa.

Read More: Brian and Steven Jones live on a farm in Vermont. It is called Joneslan Farm. The family has had the same farm for 150 years. The brothers sold their cows. They could not make enough money from selling milk. They know that Americans like goat cheese. They milk goats instead of cows. Goats are easier to care for and to feed than cows. Now the men get paid well for goat milk. They like having goats. Proverbs 27:23 reminds farmers what they must do. “Know well the condition of your flocks, and give attention to your herds.”