I just got 2 goats not dairy goats and one is a female named salt she is 1 years old and the other one is Pepper he's the male and he is 2 years old. I had them for awhile and they run away from me. I try sitting in the the stall reading a book. Putting food beside me but they are too scared. I got a collar on Pepper but I can't get it off or put a leash on him. Salt stays in a corner every time I come in there. What do I do!
You need to stop thinking about collars and leashes for a while. You can't tame a scared animal by forcibly restraining it with collars and leashes. You tame it by being quiet and gentle and bringing food and talking gently. After a while they will learn that you bring food which makes you a "good person" in their world. Over time they will let you come closer, and when you can touch them make a gentle touch (not near the face) and then move away. This is *very* important, you must move away after touching. This is called "approach/retreat" and by retreating you help them understand that your presence isn't threatening to their survival (that you won't touch then grab then eat them). As they become accustomed to a brief touch then you can increase the amount of time you touch them, and start rubbing, finding the itchy spots.
Once they learn that you can scratch itchy spots, you will quickly find them coming up to you to be scratched. Then you can start putting collars on (and taking them off) and accustoming them to the feel of a leash etc.
You can also continue to take a book and sit for a while when you feed them. If you do this every day they will lose their fear and approach you. Again, move quietly and slowly when they approach you. When you can, stroke gently and briefly (not on the face) then take your hand away.
Avoid touching on the face until they accept your touch on the body. Once they are comfortable with touching on the body, you can move your hand forward. Most goats love being scratched around the horns or horn nubs, but you need to work up to this because your hand near their eyes or ears can be very frightening.