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*  List of goat breeds
Animals portal List of sheep breeds List of cattle breeds Porter, Valerie (2002). Mason's World Dictionary of Livestock Breeds ... Ekarius, Carol (2008). Storey's Illustrated Breed Guide to Sheep, Goats, Cattle and Pigs. Storey Publishing. ISBN 978-1-60342- ...
*  Australian Cashmere goat
Rudimentary fences could be erected to control sheep, which on large runs without fences would keep to the open plains. The ... Prior to the gold rush, flocks of grazing animals, goats and sheep were controlled by shepherds. Most abandoned their charges ...
*  Sheep-goat hybrid
A male sheep impregnated a female goat in New Zealand resulting in a mixed litter of kids and a female sheep-goat hybrid with ... A sheep-goat hybrid (sometimes called a geep or shoat in popular media) is the hybrid offspring of a sheep and a goat. Although ... The offspring of a sheep-goat pairing is generally stillborn. Despite widespread shared pasturing of goats and sheep, hybrids ... Sheep belong to the genus Ovis and have 54 chromosomes, while goats belong to the genus Capra and have 60 chromosomes. ...
*  Aspromonte goat
... similar to those of sheep, and only rarely pyriform. The hooves are long, with thick, dark soles. Males have larger heads and ... the Italian national association of sheep- and goat-breeders. At the end of 2013 the registered population was variously ...
*  Targhee sheep
Sheep Experiment Station in Idaho. Their ancestors were Rambouillet, Corriedale, and Lincoln sheep. Development of this breed ... The staple length of the fleece will be 3 inches (7.5 cm) to 5 inches (11 cm) with a yield of 50% to 55%. Targhee sheep were ... Targhee sheep are a dual-purpose breed, with heavy, medium quality wool and good meat production characteristics. They are ... The Targhee is a breed of domestic sheep developed in early 20th century by the USDA's Agricultural Research Service. ...
*  Foot rot
In sheep, F. necrophorum first invades the interdigital skin following damage to the skin, and causes interdigital lesions and ... The disease is different in cattle and sheep and cross-infection is not thought to occur. The first sign of a foot-rot ... Foot Rot of Cattle Image of a foot with foot rot Foot rot information [1] Information on foot rot in sheep. ... Foot rot, or infectious pododermatitis, is a hoof infection commonly found in sheep, goats, and cattle. As the name suggests, ...
*  Pack goat
... such as mountain sheep and mountain goats.[citation needed] Accordingly, the use of pack goats is restricted in certain areas.[ ...
*  Rove goat
News on sheep and goats. ...
*  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 may be fertile, but it passes on either sheep or goat genes, depending on whether its reproductive organs ... The successful chimeras were a mosaic of goat and sheep tissue. The parts that grew from the sheep embryo were woolly. Those ... is a chimera produced by combining the embryos of a goat and a sheep; the resulting animal has cells of both sheep and goat ...
*  Polwarth sheep
"Polwarth: Origin and History, Bred from the Past for the Future". Sheep Breeds. New Zealand Sheep Breeders Association. ... Polwarth sheep were developed with white wool; however, natural black, brown, grey wool flocks have expanded the popularity of ... They were developed in an attempt to extend the grazing territory of sheep because the Merino was found lacking in hardiness in ... Polwarth is a breed of sheep that was developed in Victoria (Australia) during 1880. They were of one-quarter Lincoln and three ...
*  British Primitive goat
The British primitive goat descends from goats introduced around 5,000 years ago, along with some sheep and cattle, to the ...
*  Danish Landrace goat
Veterinary Treatment of Sheep and Goats, CABI, p. 46, ISBN 978-1-78064-005-1 "Danish Landrace", Breeds of Livestock, Oklahoma ...
*  Chamois Coloured goat
... the Italian national association of sheep- and goat-breeders; the Italian herd-book was activated in 1973. At the end of 2013 ...
*  Poitou goat
Veterinary Treatment of Sheep and Goats, CABI, p. 49, ISBN 978-1-78064-004-4 Association pour la Défense et le Dévelopment de ...
*  Goat meat
... is sometimes used to describe both goat and sheep meat, despite its more specific meaning (limited to the meat of adult sheep) ...
*  Sheep
Dry Sheep Equivalent History of the domestic sheep Sheepfold Sheeple Shrek (sheep) Sonny Wool U.S. Sheep Experiment Station ... ISBN 1-59228-531-7. American Sheep Industry Sheep Industry (Queensland) Canadian Sheep Federation National Sheep Association ( ... Sheep have poor depth perception; shadows and dips in the ground may cause sheep to baulk. In general, sheep have a tendency to ... A last group of sheep breeds is that of fur or hair sheep, which do not grow wool at all. Hair sheep are similar to the early ...
*  Lincoln sheep
The Lincoln, sometimes called the Lincoln Longwool, is a breed of sheep from England. The Lincoln is the largest British sheep ... "Lincoln Longwool". Sheep. Rare Breeds Survival Trust watch list. Archived from the original on 29 August 2009. Retrieved 21 ... Preparation of Australian Wool Clips, Code of Practice 2010-2012, Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX), 2010 "Lincoln sheep". Breeds ... Lincolns produce the heaviest and coarsest fleeces of the long-wooled sheep with ewe fleeces weighing from 12 to 20 lb (5.4 to ...
*  Llanwenog sheep
"Llanwenog sheep". Llanwenog Sheep Breeders' Support Group. Retrieved 2015-08-12. "Llanwenogs on show". Llanwenog Sheep Breeders ... The sheep are long-lived, docile and easy to handle with easy lambing and good mothering abilities. They are economic to feed ... The Llanwenog is a breed of domestic sheep originating in Wales. It was developed in the 19th century from the (now extinct) ... "Sheep". Watch List. Rare Breeds Survival Trust. Archived from the original on 2009-02-21. Retrieved 2009-04-21. "Llanwenog". ...
*  Excellent Sheep
... : The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life is a 2015 book of social criticism on ... "EXCELLENT SHEEP The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life". Kirkus Reviews. 82 (12): 59-59. 2014- ... "Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life". Publishers Weekly. 261 (18): 50-51. ... Douglas C. Lord (2015-02-15). "Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life". ...
*  Sheep Gate
The Sheep Gate is a town gate in Trim in Ireland. It is a National Monument. The Sheep Gate is the only surviving gate of five ... Sheep Gate may have been so named as a toll was charged here for sheep being brought in to be sold at market: in 1290 the ... Sheep Gate survives as a stone archway. "Geograph:: Trim Town Wall: Sheep Gate (C) Anthony Foster". http://eprints. ... "Sheep Gate - Lonely Planet". "Sheep Gate". "Ireland". ... murage and pavage tax was one penny per ten sheep, reduced to a ...
*  Romanov sheep
These domestic sheep got the name Romanov from the town of the same name. In the 18th century, these sheep were first noticed ... "Romanov sheep". Origin and diversity of North European sheep breeds. North SheD. Retrieved 2008-03-12. "Lambs by the Litter". ... These sheep are adapted to the cold inland climate and local feeding. Romanovs are one of the Northern European short-tailed ... Romanov ewes tend to lamb in litters, unlike other sheep who give single or twin births. British and North American breeds of ...
*  Shropshire sheep
The breeders in the area used the local horned black-faced sheep and crossed them with a few breeds of white-faced sheep ( ... the world's first such society for sheep. The same year the Society published the first Flock Book, a record of sheep bred and ... They were no longer the most popular breed of sheep, and became increasingly rare around the world, even in their homeland. In ... Shropshire Sheep The American Shropshire Registry Association Dale E. Blackburn - Executive Secretary, PO Box 635 Harvard, IL ...
*  Charollais sheep
"Breed history". Charollais Sheep Society. Retrieved 2015-08-15. The British Charollais Sheep Society Canadian Charollais Sheep ... The Charollais sheep is a medium to large sized breed used as a terminal sire. The head is pinkish-brown and is usually free of ... The Charollais is a breed of domestic sheep originating in east central France, in the same region in which Charollais cattle ... "British Charollais Sheep". Retrieved 2015-08-15. "Charollais/France". Breed Data Sheet. Domestic Animal Diversity Information ...
*  Lleyn sheep
... are a breed of sheep from the Llŷn peninsula ('Lleyn'), in Gwynedd, north-west Wales. They are bred for prolificacy ... "The Breed". Lleyn Sheep Society. Archived from the original on September 21, 2008. Retrieved 2009-01-10. "Lleyn/United Kingdom ...
*  Ruda sheep
Ruda is a breed of sheep found mostly in Albania and Croatia. In 2009, Ruda sheep is the most endangered breed of sheep in the ... "Breed description: Ruda". SHEEP in ALBANIA. Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics, School of Veterinary Medicine Hannover ... "BREED DESCRIPTIONS: UNIFORM-WOOLED (RUDA) BREEDS". Declining breeds of Mediterranean sheep. Food and Agriculture Organization ...