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    • 4-H Meat Goat Guide 

      Craddock, Frank; Stultz, Ross (2006-10-30)
      This pocket guide is for 4-H members participating in meat goat projects. It covers facilities and equipment needs, goat selection, nutrition, health, management and feeding, fitting and showing.
    • Biosecurity for Sheep and Goat Producers 

      Craddock, Frank; Dement, Angela (2008-10-06)
      This publication explains the important diseases of sheep and goats and ways to prevent them through vaccination and biosecurity practices.
    • Controlling Feral Hog Damage 

      Texas Wildlife Services (2008-04-15)
      This publication discusses the distribution of feral hogs as well as their habitats, food habits and reproduction. Feral hogs can damage crops and kill lambs and kid goats. Methods of control are also explained.
    • Goats in a Pen 

      Media Resources, College of Veterinary Medicine
    • A Haemonchus Contortus Management Plan for Sheep and Goats in Texas 

      Machen, Richard V.; Craddock, Frank; Craig, Tom; Fuchs, Thomas W. (1998-05-22)
      Internal parasites are the single largest threat to the profitability of sheep and goat production in Texas. Haemonchus contortus is the parasite of greatest concern. This publication explains common symptoms, sources of ...
    • Interpreting Grazing Behavior 

      Lyons, Robert K.; Machen, Richard V. (2000-12-01)
      Livestock producers can use their observations of grazing behavior to gauge the amount and quality of forage being consumed. This publication explains how grazing animals eat, when and where they graze, and how forage ...
    • Livestock for Small Acreage Landowners 

      Machen, Richard V.; Lyons, Robert K. (2000-04-12)
      New rural landowners are often interested in establishing livestock enterprises, even when their acreages are small. While forage availability may limit stocking rate, there are some livestock operations that can succeed ...
    • Man in an Animal Stall with a Goat, number 1 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
    • Man in an Animal Stall with a Goat, number 2 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
    • Management Tips for Internal Parasite Control in Sheep and Goats 

      Craddock, Frank; Machen, Richard V.; Craig, Tom (2003-02-20)
      The primary control strategy for internal parasites in sheep and goats has been the use of anthelmintics. Because overuse has caused the development of resistant strains, new strategies must be used. This publication lists ...
    • Mineral Composition of Uroliths Obtained from Sheep and Goats with Obstructive Urolithiasis 

      Jones, Meredyth L; Gibbons, Philippa M.; Roussel, Allen J.; Dominguez, Brandon J (American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2017)
      Background: Knowledge of the mineral composition of the causative urolith is important to develop preventative strategies. Advances in analytic techniques have led to detection of urolith components not previously recognized. ...
    • Monitoring Internal Parasite Infection in Small Ruminants 

      Machen, Richard V.; Craddock, Frank; Craig, Tom (1998-05-19)
      Fecal egg counts are a practical, cost-effective diagnostic tool for determining parasite burden in sheep and goats. This publication describes materials and equipment needed and explains the procedure for making valid egg counts.
    • Role of P-glycoprotein in Haemonchus contortus anthelmintic resistance. 

      Garretson, Pamela Donn (2009-05-15)
      The gastrointestinal parasite, Haemonchus contortus, is of major concern in the sheep and goat industry as well as in zoological settings. Over the years this parasite has developed resistance to the three classes of ...
    • Two Soldiers 

      Unknown (Physical: John D. WheelanDigital: Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, 2011-09-05)
    • Use of dietary cation anion difference for control of urolithiasis risk factors in goats 

      Jones, Meredyth L; Streeter, Robert N; Goad, Carla L (American Veterinary Medical Association, 2009-01)
    • Veterinary Student with Goat 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      "Another amazing thing about veterinary school is the unique opportunities that randomly occur. ...Another day, after learning several basic cattle skills, we had a little free time and went to visit the neighboring research ...