How soon after birth will you be taking it on? If it is newborn, it will need feeding with a milk concentrate until at least the first three months, at least twice a day, (three to start with). I have never managed to get one to feed from a bucket like a calf so that means bottles and they have to be kept absolutely clean or you will get major **** happening. It will also need hay at night, and something for bedding, straw or wood shavings. Goats are browsers, and eat grass, bushes, and also debark trees very quickly. They would be a lot happier kept in pairs rather than one goat, a single one may make a lot of noise at night crying for company. Billies can be castrated if you are going to keep them longer than six months, that way the meat doesn't get the strong 'billy' taste. I would give a goat kid that is in a small area something to jump on and off, as they enjoy playing king of the castle. I would also take it for 'walks' around the village lanes to give it a more varied diet. We used to keep ours for around 8 or 10 months, as young ones have hardly any meat on them at all.