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COPPER AS DIETARY SUPPLIMENT - Jul 2nd, 2002
  As ruminants, goats are able to graze, and to benefit from natural pastures, or by- products. They are easy to handle and suitable to very small farms...
CREEP FEEDING KIDS - Mar 8th, 2005
  Creep feeding is a means of providing supplemental feed for nursing kids. It is an essential component of an accelerated kidding and/or early weaning ...
DR JECKLE, MR HIDE - Dec 5th, 2008
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FEEDING PREGNANT DOES - Not dated
  The scope of this article does not include specific nutritional requirements but references the "commercially available" feed that we use for all of o...
FEEDING PREGNANT DOES - Not dated
  The scope of this article does not include specific nutritional requirements but references the "commercially available" feed that we use for all of o...
FEEDING THE GOAT - Jun 27th, 2002
KID MILK FORMULA - Not dated
LANGSTON FEED FORMULA - Not dated
   Aside from the usual forbs, browse, and hay that goats are expected to eat many breeders provide additional nutrition in the form of prepared feed. Go...
MINERAL SUPPLEMENT FOR GOATS - Aug 24th, 2001
   Mineral supplementation is a very important, yet often overlooked, facet of goat production. A goat's diet very rarely provides all of the needed macr...
PASTURE FEEDING - Feb 26th, 2010
PROBLEM WITH SALT BLOCKS - May 1st, 2001
   Many goat producers unwittingly sabotage their mineral supplement program by providing plain white or yellow salt blocks in addition to loose mineral ...
RAISING RUMENS - Not dated
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THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM OF THE GOAT - Mar 14th, 2003
TUBE FEEDING, TUBING 1 - Not dated
   I unfortunately drowned several kids a couple of years back before ...
TUBE FEEDING, TUBING 2 - Not dated
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