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Check out our
Small Ruminant Toolbox

It was developed in order to provide a collection of information for small ruminant producers
and educators.

The resources offered here deal with sustainable livestock production literally from the ground up. Pasture management, feeds and forages are covered by several publications and videos, while others address care and management for specific animals and marketing of the products derived from them. Whether you're an experienced or a beginning producer, you can find useful information relating to traditional livestock such as beef and dairy cattle, sheep, hogs and poultry, as well as introductions to alternative livestock options from bees to bison.


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This page was last updated on: February 2, 2015