Here is a basic list of supplies you will need when you are thinking of getting goats. This list doesn't include the shelter, fencing and milking facility. I will try to update as I update my supplies!
1 or 2 leashes (for leading goat)
Collar (optional) - I just slip my hand in the loop I make with the lead so it isn't too tight on her neck.
Nail clipper or planer - I just bought a drywall planer at Home Depot
2 or 3 water buckets to place around (in shelter, in yard, favorite grazing area)
2 or 3 scrub buckets - for cleaning, caring supplies. These always come in handy.
Free Choice feeders (about 3) - can be made from pvc pipe from home depot.
Scooper or rake for cleaning out wet bedding (I use an old poop scoop from our dog)
Scrub brush to clean feeding bins and water buckets
Broom in dustpan for buildings
Milking strainer and filters (Hoegger's)
Milking bucket with cresent lid (Hoegger's): This is handy but expensive you can use vessels that are glass or stainless steal, just make sure it can take a kick. I use an enamel camp pot that I can disinfect and doesn't react to the acidity in milk.
Canning Jars to store milk in with lids
Brush for grooming
Grain bucket (I use to mix my grain in)
Wood spoon for mixing feed
Hay - free choice (the more weeds the better)
Kelp - free choice (sold by Hoegger's)
Soda Bicarbonate (not baking soda - sold by Hoegger's)
Minerals for Goats - free choice (sold by Hoegger's)
Herbal Dewormer (Hoegger's)
Herbal Toner (Hoegger's)
Grain: Can use a cobb mix. If dry mix with molasses or buy wet. I mix my own.
Molasses - if mixing own feed (all natural, unsulphered - Grandma's brand is what I use)
Diamond V Yeast Culture XP-DFM
Straw for bedding
Paper towels - for milking shed
Wipes or cleaning solution to clean teats before milking (can buy or make your own)
Teat Dip (buy or make your own)
First Aid Kit:
Steryl Strips or pads