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Goat Publications

INDEX

NUTRITION

 

By-Product Feeds
Concentrates
Minerals

Ration Balancing
Toxicosis
Vitamins
Water
General

 

FORAGES

  Grazing and Pasture Management
Hay Quality & Storage
General
 

VEGETATION MANAGEMENT

  Poisonous Plants
Weed Control
General
 

 

FACILITIES

  Fencing
Housing
General

HEALTH

 

Bio-Security
Diseases
Medications
Parasites

Scrapies
Toxicosis
Vaccinations
General

 

REPRODUCTION & BREEDING

  Artificial Insemination
Breeding Systems
Nutrition
Sire Selection
General
 

KIDDING

  Colostrum
Kid Management
General
 

BREED SELECTION

MARKETING

  Ethnic Marketing
General
 

MEAT GOATS

 

MILK GOATS

 

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  Enterprise Budgets
General
 

GENERAL MANAGEMENT

    Animal Identification
Foot Trimming
Guard Animals
General
 
4-H & YOUTH
 

Dairy Goat
Judging
Meat Goat
Skillathon
General


 

 

NUTRITION

By-Product Feeds

    Concentrates

      • Performance by goats and sheep consuming a concentrate-based diet subsequent to grazing of grass/forb pastures at different stocking rates
        G. Animut, A. L. Goetsch, G. E. Aiken, R. Puchala, G. Detweiler, C. R. Krehbiel, R. C. Merkel, T. Sahlu L. J. Dawson, Z. B. Johnson, and D. H. Kiesler
        http://www.luresext.edu/goats/library/animut2006-1.html
      • Estimating Supplemental Concentrate Needs
        Langston University
        http://www.luresext.edu/goats/research/suppconc.html
      • Influence of Grain Supplementation on Growth of Weaning Goats.
        M.H. Poore and J.T. Green. NC Cooperative Extension Service. Sept 1996

    Minerals


    Ration Balancing

    Toxicosis


    Vitamins


    Water

    General

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FORAGES

    Grazing and Pasture Management

    Hay Quality and Storage

    General

VEGETATION MANAGEMENT

    Poisonous Plants


    Weed Control


    General

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FACILITIES

Fencing

    Housing

      General

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HEALTH

    Biosecurity


Medications


    Parasites

    External Parasites

    Ticks (Sheep Ked)

    Nose/Nasal Bots, Bot Flies

    Fly Strike (Blow flies, Fleece rot, Wool maggots)

    Lice

    Mites – Mange

    Mosquito

    Insect Pest Control

    General


    Internal Parasites

    Barber Pole Worm

    • Management of Barber Pole Worm in Sheep and Goats in the Southern U.S.
      J. Burke, Research Animal Scientist USDA, ARS, Dale Bumpers Small Farms Research Center, Booneville, AR. Small Farms Research Update, February 2005
      http://attra.ncat.org/downloads/goat_barber_pole.pdf

    Parasitology

    Roundworms/Nematodes

    Nematodirus

    Tapeworms

    Meningeal Worm

    Liver Flukes

    General


    GENERAL


      Vaccinations

    Prevention


    Scrapies


    Toxicosis


    Bacterial Diseases

    Anthrax

    Caseous Lymphadenitis

    Contagious Agalactia

    Johnes Disease

    Infectious Diseases

    Lamb & Kid Diseases

    General

    Border Disease (Hair Shakers, Fuzzy Lamb Syndrome)

    Clostridial Diseases

    Diarrhea

    Enterotoxemia Type D (Overeating disease, Pulpy Kidney Disease)

    Entropion (Inverted Eyelids)

    Floppy Kid Syndrome


    Hypothermia

    Pneumonia

    Rectal Prolapse

    Spider Lamb Syndrome

    Tetanus

    Watery Mouth (E. coli scours)

    White Muscle Disease (nutritional muscular dystrophy, stiff lamb/kid disease)


    Metabolic and Nutritional Diseases

    General


    Bloat

    Copper-Related

    General

    Zoonotic Diseases

    Anthrax

    Brucellosis (Brucella Melitensis)

    Cryptosporidiosis

    Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis

    Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL or CLA)

    Cryptosporidiosis

    Johne's Disease

    Leptospirosis

    Listeriosis

    Louping Ill

    Orf (soremouth)

    Rabies

    Ringworm

    Salmonellosis

    Tetanus

    Toxoplasmosis

    General

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REPRODUCTION & BREEDING

    Artificial Insemination

      Breeding Systems

      Management

      Nutrition

      Sire Selection

    General

KIDDING

    Colostrum

      Kid Management

    General

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BREED SELECTION

    General

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MARKETING

Ethnic Markets


General

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MEAT GOATS

    General

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MILK GOATS

    General

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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

    Enterprise Budgets

    General

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GENERAL MANAGEMENT

Animal Identification


Foot Trimming

Guard Animals

  • Livestock Guardian Dogs: A New Method for Reducing Livestock Losses.
    J. McGrew and W. Andelt. MF713 Jan. 1985.
  • Introducing Livestock-Guarding Dogs.
    J. Lorenz. Circular 1224. June 1985
  • Guidelines for Using Donkeys as Guard Animals with Sheep.
    B. Tapscott, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs September 1997
    http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/livestock/sheep/facts/donkey2.htm
  • Raising and Training a Livestock Guarding Dog.
    J.R. Lorenz and L. Coppinger, Oregon State University. Pub # EC – 1238. April 1986
    http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog/pdf/ec/ec1238.pdf
  • Guarding Dogs Protect Sheep from Predators.
    J. Green and R. Woodruff. USDA bulletin # 455

General

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4-H & YOUTH

Dairy Goat

Judging

Meat Goat

Skillathon Resources

General

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Grades

Carcass Evaluation

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Manure Management


 

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