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    this project I had lots of favorite items to choose from but I chose Boer goats. I chose Boer goats because I show them and I wanted to know more about their background. The Boer goat was thought of in the 1900’s by the Dutch. They wanted to use them for their meat. ( ABGA ) In Dutch Boer means “ farmer”, they used it as a farm goat for meat and they turned into a unique “new” breed of livestock.( ABGA Strategic Plan) The Boer goat has excellent carcass and are know for adapting fast to new environments

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    BF Farm Business Analysis

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    Producing the best animals possible is the goal of BF Farm and partners Mark Bengtson and Jodey Fulcher. Mark and Jodey have incorporated three livestock species — Black Hereford cattle, Kiko goats and Kunekune (pronounced koo-knee, koo-knee) pigs — at their Huggins, Mo., farm in Texas County. They feel each species complements the other through natural pasture management, and brush and weed control, which helps reduce parasites. Mark and Jodey moved to the Ozarks in October after establishing

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    The Death Of The Barn

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    can have a goat this summer.” At that point I just looked my dad and laughed. I thought he was joking, I had been asking for a goat for about three years. He had proclaimed multiple times throughout my childhood that I would not be getting a goat anytime soon. I guess my time had come. Within a few mouths it was May, I had set up a wired pen for my goat and could barely contain my excitement as we went to go pick up my goat. My dad and I arrived at the place to pick up my goat. The goat lived in a

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    I Love My Pet Animals

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    Sharing our lives, opening our hearts to pure unconditional love. They are the best friends that we can ever have. They won’t let us down, they are always happy to see us, they don’t judge us in any form, they don’t look at us with utter disdain if we put on weight. They trust us implicitly, with a wag of a tail or the twitch of a whisker telling us that they intuitively know how we feel. The look in their eyes says it all – I love you. Our companion animals, our

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    I am Ripply, the people call me a goat, but they are wrong. I am a dog, I am for sure a dog. I am the third biggest animal here and the two horses are the biggest, Sweetness and Lexi. I was just starting to miss Daisy's bark and was a little sad that day. I was laying on my ramp, the ramp is like my only safe haven. And the man's big machine pulled up after two whole days away. The machine smelt funky so I got off of my ramp and followed the machine. The man's son hopped out first and said “Scoot

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    Introduction The focus of this survey is the role of maternal vocalizations in domestic, post-parturient goats. The subtleties of call characteristics and recognition have yet to be researched in-depth, but recent studies have shown that these calls are more individualized than previously supposed. Goats are a highly social, vocal species, and does will use a variety of vocal and non-vocal behaviors to establish a connection with her kid(s). The bond between mother and infant is near immediate—as

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    In a 6-point scale, the TE rated the project’s outcome effectiveness as “Satisfactory”. The TE only briefly summarized the project results at the EOP (End of Project) without comparing them with expected outcomes. In the same scale, this TER will rate the project’s outcome as “Moderately Satisfactory” based on the evidence presented by the Final PIR (PIR 2014), which shows that some progress has been made for reaching all of the project targets, but majority of targets were not achieved 100%. A comparison

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    the sinner (the Olah was conducted in the same manner). Based on social standing it would consist of the following: High Priest: A bull without blemish Congregation: A bull without blemish An authority over the people: A male goat without blemish Individual: Female goat or lamb without blemish In

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    Dumuzi rules. Inanna drinks Dumuzi’s sweet goat milk and cream. The milk and cream would represent the sheepfold which decides the fate of the land, it is the breath of life to all the people in Sumer. As Dumuzi and Inanna press closer to each other, Dumuzi kisses her all over her body. The camera then captures the fields of Sumer as plants grow high, gardens flourish exuberantly. There is a goat running across the fields, eating the growing plants. This goat represents innocence but also the fertility

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    Goats are a very docile animal that, will do what is asked by those who treat them friendly. They love being petted and will stand for long periods of time if petted or feed. According to Margi Sirois in her textbook Principles and Practices of Veterinary Technology 3rd ed. pages 554-55, “Goats are gluttons [habitual greed or excessive eating of food], and can easily be lured into a pen with grain.” When handled friendly goats are very easy to handle and work with. Even though goats are very nice

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