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Typical Goat Fetal Development

    Heart Beat Apparent--20 days
    limb buds visible--28-35 days
    differentiation of digits--35-42 days
    nostrils and eyes differentiated--42-49 days
    eyelids close--49-56 days
    horn pits appear--77-84 days
    hair around eyes and muzzle--98-105 days
    tooth eruption--98-105 days
    hair covering body--119-126 days
    length of fetus at 30 days--1.4 cm
    length of fetus at 145 days--43.0 cm

 

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