Meat Goat Production in Georgia B 1168
Ronald E. Silcox, Associate Professor
Published with minor revisions on Sep 16, 2010.
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Goats are the most widely-dispersed meat animals and have been raised for centuries to provide meat, milk, fiber, cashmere and leather. Due to their small size, adaptability to harsh environments and availability, they have been more popular in nations lacking refrigeration, animal management skills and modern transportation. This publication deals solely with Spanish or meat-type goats in Georgia and covers their history, selection and management -- from predator and disease control to reproduction and marketing.
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