SF 380.5 Goats. Dictionaries. Encyclopedias

National Goat Handbook

The National Goat Handbook is a publication and part of the National Dairy Database, sponsored jointly by the University of Maryland and the National Agricultural Library of the USDA. Here, users will find an alphabetical listing of topics related to breeding, maintaining, tending, and housing goats for agricultural pourposes. Each topic is a link to its respective area within the handbook.
Users should note that seventy-two topics are contained in the publication; noted here are some of the major topics: angora goat production and selection; behavior, commercial milk production, diseases and disease management, feeding, fencing, genetic evaluations, hormones, housing, mastitis, meat prodcution, reproductive management, symbols in dairy goat breeding, teeth, and udder. Users should consult the site's listings for entire subject contents.
The site is maintained by Mark Varner; the University of Maryland.
To Search:
Select topic from table of contents to view records.