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Home  >  Livestock and Pasture  >   Sheep and Goats: Frequently Asked Questions (Summary)

Sheep and Goats: Frequently Asked Questions



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By Linda Coffey ~ NCAT Agricultural Specialist

Published: September 2017

Updated: n/a

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Introduction

This publication is designed to offer concise answers to many common questions about raising sheep and goats. For more in-depth information on any of these questions, we encourage reading the Small Ruminant Toolbox.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Selection/Getting Started
Profitability/Marketing
Health
Nutrition, Grazing, and Related Issues
Facilities and Fences
Conclusion
Further Resources

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