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2008 Scientific Articles (abstract of articles)


  1. Co-Grazing of Sheep and Goats: A Review
    • Animut, G., and A. L. Goetsch

  2. Methane emission by goats consuming diets with different levels of condensed tannins from lespedeza
    • Animut, G., R. Puchala, A. K. Patra, T. Sahlu, V. H. Varel, J. Wells, and A. L. Goetsch

  3. Methane emission by goats consuming different sources of condensed tannins
    • Animut, G., R. Puchala, A. K. Patra, T. Sahlu, V. H. Varel, J. Wells, and A. L. Goetsch

  4. Tethering meat goats grazing forage of high nutritive value and low to moderate mass
    • Patra, A. K., R. Puchala, G. Detweiler, L. J. Dawson, T. Sahlu, and A. L. Goetsch

  5. Effects of tethering on herbage selection, intake, and digestibility, grazing behavior, and energy expenditure by Boer x Spanish goats grazing high quality herbage
    • Patra, A. K., R. Puchala, G. Detweiler, L. J. Dawson, T. Sahlu, and A. L. Goetsch

  6. Goat nutrition and feeding
    • Goetsch, A. L., and R. C. Merkel

 

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