In the years 2012 and 2013, an experiment on continuous grazing with dairy goats was carried out at the AREC Raumberg-Gumpenstein, Irdning. The main goal of this experiment was to identify the influence of continuous daytime grazing versus continuous nighttime grazing on parameters such as feed intake, milk yield, milk composition and endoparasitic burden. 26 Saanen goats were divided into two groups. The experiment period started at the beginning of the growing season (mid-April). Goats had access to pasture for either ten hours during the day or during the night (stocking density 4.3 LU/ha). Both hay and concentrate intake were limited to 0.6 kg (as fed) per day. All animals were dewormed at the beginning of the experiment period. A second deworming was conducted for half of the animals in each group in July. Hay intake differed significantly between groups and between years, but the numeric differences were small and of subordinate relevance. Both treatment and year showed a significant effect on pasture intake, but at the same time, the interaction (group x year) was significant. Comparably pronounced effects and interactions were observed for milk yield and milk components. For this reason, effects could not be attributed definitively to the time on pasture. Endoparasitic burden between years was only statistically significant in the subgroup of animals that were dewormed repeatedly.