Goat years to human years

goat years to human years

Do you want to convert goat years to human years? While there is no straightforward answer to the question "How many human years in a goat year," it's fair to say a goat reaches adulthood at 2 years. And after the 2nd year, each goat year is equal to 4.4 human years.

So you can calculate goat age in human years using these estimations, for example:

  • 6-month-old goat is 5 years old in human years
  • 1-year-old goat is 18 years old in human years
  • 3-year-old goat is 28 years and 5 months old in human years
  • 7-year-old goat is 46 years and 1 month old in human years
  • 10-year-old goat is 59 years and 4 months old in human years
  • 15-year-old goat is 81 years and 5 months old in human years
  • 18-year-old goat is 94 years and 8 months old in human years

Goat years to human years calculator

Convert goat years to human years using our online goat age converter:




Goat age chart


goat years to human years chart

How do goats age?

Goats have an average lifespan for mammals and live through 5 main life stages:

  1. From birth to 6 months – baby goats (kids). Females are called doelings, and males - bucklings
  2. From 6 months to 1 or 2 years – teenage goats (yearlings)
  3. From 2 years to 5 years – adulthood. Females are called does or nannies, non-castrated males - bucks, and castrated males - wethers
  4. From 6 years to 10 years – senior goats
  5. From 10 years and older – goats are concidered of old age

The oldest goat recorded by the Guinness World Records was McGinty, who died at the age of 22 years and 5 months (which equals over 112 human years!)