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Bottle Feeding Dwarf Goats

You need to bottle-fed your dwarf goat kids if your doe abandons her babies or if anyhow she can’t feed her kids. Some people also prefer to buy bottle babies for raising as pets or for raising on their herd. There are numerous milk replacers and milk replacer recipes available for raising

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When to Wean Bottle Fed Goat Kids?

Sometimes you may need to raise goat kids through bottle feeding system (if you have lost your doe or if somehow the doe is not able to nurse her babies). But do you know, when to wean bottle fed goat kids? You need to know the correct age for weaning bottle fed

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Upper Respiratory Infections in Goats

Upper respiratory infections in goats is very common, but it can cause serious illness or even death if you left it untreated. These common infections are very dangerous for the goat kids who have not had the chance to develop their immune systems. For ensuring good health of your goats, it’s very

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Sheep Breeds in India

There are numerous breeds of sheep live in India. Right now more than 40 breeds of sheep live in India. But all of those breeds are readily not available, and not suitable for commercial production purpose. Sheep are contributing much to the India’s economy and they are used for producing clothing, carpet

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Vaccination Schedule For Sheep

Vaccinating your sheep timely is very important for keeping your sheep healthy and free from all types of diseases and health hazard. And it is very important if you are doing sheep farming commercially. Vaccination schedule for sheep depends on various factors. It depends on your area and the diseases prevalent in

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When A Goats Vulva Start To Expand During Pregnancy?

Learning about when a goats vulva start to expand during pregnancy is very important. Especially, if you have pregnant doe in your herd which is going to give birth of kids soon. If your doe is pregnant, then you have to make sure you don’t miss any signs that her kid/kids are

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Is Zinc Absorption Deficiency Hereditary in Goats?

As you are raising goats for profit so you should know whether the zinc absorption deficiency hereditary in goats or not. The common symptoms of zinc deficiency in goats includes unhealthy look, your goats might scratch, lose their hair, scaly skin, have sores or dry. If you see any of this symptoms