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*  List of goat breeds
This is a list of goat breeds. There are many recognized breeds of domestic goat (Capra aegagrus hircus). Goat breeds ( ... Introduction to Common Goat Breeds Mother Earth News Raising Goats for Dummies (Wiley, 2010). ... "American Nigora Goat Breeders Association". American Nigora Goat Breeders Association. Retrieved December 23, 2012. " ... Selective breeding of goats generally focuses on improving production of fiber, meat, dairy products or goatskin. Breeds are ...
*  American Goat Society
Unlike some other goat registries, such as the American Dairy Goat Association, the AGS does not allow goats to achieve ... American Dairy Goat Association Official website American Goat Society Purebred Dairy Goat Registry Official Website, retrieved ... The American Goat Society was the first registry to require exclusively purebred goats and to provide two generations of ... It was the first organization to bring a national goat show and to provide training for goat show judges. Originally a ...
*  Goat Haunt
... is a region of Glacier National Park in Montana, United States. Goat Haunt is located at the head of Waterton lake ... The border crossing at Goat Haunt is done at the Goat Haunt Ranger Station which is currently equipped with a satellite which ... should make a lawful entry at the Chief Mountain or Piegan Port of Entry prior to arriving in Goat Haunt. Goat Haunt Ranger ... Goat Haunt Border Crossing is a Class B Port of Entry which means only US and Canadian Citizens may make an entry at this ...
*  Australian Cashmere goat
Goat racing in which goats were driven by youths in light gigs became very popular at the end of the century, particularly in ... The Australian Cashmere goat is a breed of Cashmere domestic goats originating in Australia. Whilst retaining the fertility and ... Through the intervening years, history records many references to goats in Australia. In 1879, herds of goats roaming the ... Goats were liberated on the islands off the coast of Australia by Dutch and Portuguese navigators long before the British ...
*  Pygora goat
Pygora goats produce three distinct kinds of fleece. Pygoras are fiber goats along with the Angora goat and Cashmere goat. The ... The Pygora goat is a breed of fiber goat that originated from crossing the registered NPGA Pygmy goat and the white AAGBA ... Today, the registered Pygora goat may not be more than 75% AAGBA-registered Angora goat or 75% NPGA-registered Pygmy goat. ... these may be bred with other Pygora goats, F1 crosses, or back to pure Pygmy or Angora goats to produce true Pygora goats. This ...
*  Sheep-goat hybrid
A sheep-goat hybrid (sometimes called a geep or shoat in popular media) is the hybrid offspring of a sheep and a goat. Although ... A male sheep impregnated a female goat in New Zealand resulting in a mixed litter of kids and a female sheep-goat hybrid with ... The offspring of a sheep-goat pairing is generally stillborn. Despite widespread shared pasturing of goats and sheep, hybrids ... that in different parts of South America the ram is more usually crossed with the she-goat than the sheep with the he-goat. The ...
*  Black Bengal goat
The female goat becomes pregnant twice a year and gives birth to 1-3 baby goats every time. This breed can adapt to any ... The Black Bengal goat is a breed of goat found throughout Bangladesh, West Bengal, Bihar, and Orissa regions of northeastern ... The Black Bengal goat is small in size but its body structure is tight. Its horns are small and legs are short. An adult male ... "Prized Black Bengal Goats of Bangladesh". iaea.org. Mia, Md. Mohan (2012). Genetic Evaluation of Performance of Black Bengal ...
*  Aspromonte goat
Calabrian goat's meat has PAT status, and there are numerous traditional local goat's-meat dishes. Aspromonte kids weigh about ... The Aspromonte is a dual-purpose goat, raised both for meat and for milk. It is a frugal and hardy breed, and has an important ... The Aspromonte goat is of medium size, standing about 70 centimetres (28 in) at the withers; average weight is 64 kilograms ( ... Consumption of goat's meat, particularly of adult nannies, is notably higher in the province of Reggio Calabria than anywhere ...
*  Goat tying
When the goat is tied, contestants signal the end of their run by throwing their hands up and getting off the goat to indicate ... The object is to race to the end of the rodeo arena to where a goat is staked out on a 10 feet (3.0 m) rope, catch the goat, ... The goat must stay tied for six seconds after the contestant has backed away from the animal. If the goat becomes untied before ... Also, after the contestant is finished tying, they must move at least three feet away from the goat. Goat tying is typically ...
*  Goat locker
The term goat locker takes its origins from wooden ship sailing times, when goats were kept aboard ship. The goat was used for ... The quarters for the goat were traditionally in the chief petty officer mess, which inherited the moniker "goat locker". In ... In Navy jargon, the goat locker is a lounge, sleeping area, and galley on board a naval vessel which is reserved for the ... This Navy china made for the Chief Petty Officer's "Goat Locker" is rare, as it is typically kept as an heirloom passed down ...
*  Pack goat
A pack goat is a goat used as a beast of burden, for packing cargo. Generally, large wether (castrated buck) goats are used for ... Backpacking with animals Draft animal Pack animal Goat packing Basics: Why pack a Goat?, retrieved 2010-07-21 Goat packing ... In the U.S., goats bred for packing are usually tall and lean; belonging to one of the larger dairy goat breeds such as Alpine ... However, any type of goat can be trained to pack. Craftspeople and enthusiasts in the U.S design and build specialized goat ...
*  Rent A Goat
While goats are relatively inexpensive and require only what they eat as fuel. Companies may only provide as many as 30 at a ... Rent A Goat was founded in 2010 by 22-year-old entrepreneur Bernard Sanders, from Chapel Hill, North Carolina RentAGoat is part ... "Free-Range Landscaping Rent-a-goat.com and Others Bring in Herds to Trim the Yard, Get Rid of Weeds". Wall Street Journal. "The ... Hart, S.P. (2001). "Recent Perspectives in Using Goats for Vegetation Management in the USA" (PDF). J. Dairy Sci. 84 (E170-E176 ...
*  Rove goat
The goat was originally bred for meat, but because the current French market for goat meat is poor, farmers have begun to use ... The Rove goat is from Le Rove, a small village near Marseille that gave it its name. The Rove goat is primarily characterized ... It is a medium-sized goat. Females range from 100 to 120 lbs and males between 155 and 200 lbs. News on sheep and goats. ... The goats have a smooth coat often in red or black, but also in ash gray, red speckled with white, red mixed with gray, black ...
*  Goat meat pepper soup
... , also referred to as nwo-nwo, ngwo-ngwo, and goat pepper soup, is a soup in Nigerian cuisine. Goat meat ... Common ingredients in goat meat pepper soup are goat meat, crayfish, Uziza, Negro Pepper (also called Uda Ewentia or Enge) and ... Goat meat pepper soup is eaten year round in Nigeria, during hot or cold seasons. It is claimed to help ease a flu or cold if ... In Yoruba, goat meat pepper soup is sometimes referred to as Oggun. There are many different ingredients used depending on the ...
*  Sam Chachoua
"Charlie Sheen's HIV Goat Milk Doctor". Skeptic.com. Retrieved 2016-02-11. "Opinion and order granting plaintiff's motion for ... Official website Politifact Article: "No, Arthritic Goat's Milk Cannot Cure HIV". ... Charlie Sheen blasts doctor who claimed to have cured him of HIV with goats milk and told him to go off anti-viral meds". Daily ... Doctor who injected himself with Charlie Sheen's HIV-positive blood makes astonishing claims of goat's milk treatment". Daily ...
*  Sheep-goat chimera
A sheep-goat chimera should not be confused with a sheep-goat hybrid, which can result when a goat mates with a sheep. The ... A sheep-goat chimera (sometimes called a geep in popular media) is a chimera produced by combining the embryos of a goat and a ... A sheep-goat chimera may be fertile, but it passes on either sheep or goat genes, depending on whether its reproductive organs ... Those that grew from the goat embryo were hairy. In a chimera, each set of cells (germ line) keeps its own species' identity ...
*  Sirohi goat
Most sirohi goats are wattled and have medium-sized flat leaf-like drooping ears. The breed is also known by other names such ... Sirohi goats are dual-purpose animals, being reared for both milk and meat. The animals are popular for their weight gain and ... The Sirohi goat is a compact, medium-sized breed native to the Sirohi district of Rajasthan located in western India. The ... Though the main breeding tracts of Sirohi goats are situated in the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan, they are also widely ...
*  Kiko goat
The Kiko breed was created in the 1980s by Garrick and Anne Batten, who cross-bred local feral goats with imported dairy goat ... The Kiko Goat. International Kiko Goat Association. Archived 13 February 2006.. ... Kiko Goats: A Rare Breed of New Zealand Origin. Rare Breeds Conservation Society of New Zealand. Accessed November 2015. ... The Kiko is a breed of meat goat from New Zealand. Kiko is the Māori word for flesh or meat. ...
*  Sahelian goat
The Sahelian goat is a multipurpose goat breed. It is a good meat goat breed, good for skin production, and also very rarely ... The Sahelian goat is a breed of goat from West Africa, used mainly for meat and skin production. It is also known by some other ... The Sahelian goat is not a trypano-tolerant goat breed, and they usually do not survive for long in forest and dense savanna. ... The Sahelian goat belongs to the Savanna group of goats with many types and subtypes raised in the Saharan and sub-Saharan ...
*  British Primitive goat
Goat fetus. Goat scrotal sac. Goat uterus. Goat racing Butcher, Edmund (editor). "Current Status". BritishFeralGoat.org.uk. ... The British primitive goat is a landrace of domestic goat native to Great Britain and Ireland, and is the original goat of the ... "British Primitive Goats", The Great British Farm Project "Conservation/Heritage/Old Irish Goat." The Old Irish Goat Society ... The variety is also referred to as the British native goat, the old British goat, or the British landrace goat, among more ...
*  Danish Landrace goat
The Danish Landrace goat (Danish language: dansk landraceged) is a breed of goat from Denmark. Goats have been in Denmark since ... Danish Landrace goats are mid to large-sized goats, with males weighing around 80 kg and females 58 kg. Common colors include ... The formal Danish Landrace goat breed was developed from the ancient landrace of goats native to Denmark, with a more recent ... List of goat breeds M. N. Mgasa; J. Arnbjerg (June 1992), "Comparative Structure and Morphology of the Goat Sternum in West ...
*  Kinder goat
The Kinder is a breed of goat, originating from a cross between a pygmy goat and a Nubian goat in 1985 at Zederkamm Farm in ... there were about three thousand Kinder goats registered with the Kinder Goat Breeders Association. The Kinder goat breed began ... Since they also kept pygmy goats and did not want to take the does to another farm to be bred, they were bred with their pygmy ... "Kinder Goats, A small breed for milk and meat," Backwoods Home Magazine. "Kinder," Breeds of Livestock, Oklahoma State ...
*  Judas goat
A Judas goat is a trained goat used in general animal herding. The Judas goat is trained to associate with sheep or cattle, ... The Judas goat is usually sterilised, outfitted with a transmitter, painted in red and then released. The goat then finds the ... In stockyards, a Judas goat will lead sheep to slaughter, while its own life is spared. Judas goats are also used to lead other ... The phrase has also been used to describe a goat that is used to find feral goats that are targeted for eradication. ...
*  Nigerian Dwarf goat
The breed club of the Nigerian Dwarf goat The American Goat society, a registry for the Nigerian Dwarf goat American Dairy Goat ... Nigerian Dwarf Goats Care: Dairy Goat Information Guide to Raising Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats as Pets. Niemann, Deborah. ... "Goat, Nigerian Dwarf". Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Retrieved 24 May 2013. "American Dairy Goat Association". American Dairy Goat ... The Nigerian Dwarf goat is a miniature goat breed of West African ancestry. The original animals were transported from Africa ...
*  Chamois Coloured goat
In Switzerland the Chamois Coloured Goat is among the principal national goat breeds for which a herd-book is kept by the ... The milk yield per lactation of the Chamois Coloured Goat in Switzerland is given as >700 kg, with 3.4% fat and 2.9% protein. ... The Chamois Coloured Goat, French: Chèvre chamoisée, German: Gämsfarbige Gebirgsziege, Italian: Camosciata delle Alpi, is an ... In Italy, under the name Camosciata delle Alpi, it is one of the eight autochthonous Italian goat breeds for which a ...
*  Goats Club
"Goats History , International Students House". International Students House. Retrieved 2017-12-14. Boahen, A. Adu, Goats: A ... The name Goats Club came from a comment by an African student who said to Miss Trevelyan "Oh, we thought you were dead! Without ... The Goats Club, established in October 1956, was the foreign students club of the University of London. It was the first ... Today, the Goats Club is the alumni association of International Students House, London. Timothy W. Leggatt New Commonwealth ...