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Small Ruminant Resources


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By Linda Coffey, Jana Reynolds and Margo Hale Updated by Linda Coffey, Margo Hale and Hannah Lewis

Published: 2004

Updated: 2010



20 pages

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This publication lists many sources of information helpful to producers of small ruminants. Further resources may be available at your county Extension office, through your state land-grant university, or your local library.

Table of Contents

Types of Resources
I. General: Sheep and Goats
II. General: Sheep
III. General: Goats
IV. Forages
V. Animal Health
VI. Marketing and Business
VII. Organic Production
Vendors: Magazines
Vendors: Suppliers

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.


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