domestic goat


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Synonyms for domestic goat

any of various breeds of goat raised for milk or meat or wool

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A domestic goat track, on the other hand, looks very much like a deer track on its outer margins.
capricolum in pleural fluid, the lack of findings indicative of alternative etiologic agents, and the reproduction of the disease in the domestic goat with isolation of M.
Data on moose, roe deer, red deer, reindeer, domestic goat and domestic sheep are compiled from (Mysterud 2000), while data on cattle and horse are from Bjor & Graffer (1963) and Vigerust (1949).
Imported goat meat sets the floor for domestic goat meat prices.
chaffeensis from sources other than human tissues are few and include five from white-tailed deer (15) and one from a domestic goat (16), each obtained in Georgia.
Montchevre, a leader in domestic goat cheese in the United States, has launched a new Mini Cabrie, a small goat milk brie.
They are on average much bigger than a large domestic goat and their horns span 12 inches which is wider than most breeds.
The true goats embrace an Old World family of hoofed animals that includes the ibex, markhor, and tahr, of which none currently enjoys a greater worldwide distribution than Capra hircus, the feral version of the familiar domestic goat.
The paper, titled Sequencing and automated whole-genome optical mapping of the genome of a domestic goat (Capra hircus ), demonstrates the value, efficiency and cost effectiveness of OpGen's Whole Genome Mapping in de novo assemblies of large, complex genomes.
Structure and genetic relationships between Brazilian naturalized and exotic purebred goat domestic goat (Capra hircus) breeds based on microsatellites.
Domestic goat cheese producer Montchevre has come out with two new flavors of its 4-ounce Fresh Goat Cheese Mini Logs, as well as a new Goat Milk Cheddar.
from the domestic goat (Capra hircus) from the United States of America.