Thermoregulation in Sheep

By Michele Jones, Braden Kemmerling, Amy Neal

To maintain a healthy, productive sheep flock, managers must consider many techniques of thermoregulation in order to keep their animals comfortable.

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Genetic Improvement and Crossbreeding in Meat Goats

By Will R. Getz

Lessons in Animal Breeding for Goats Bred and Raised for Meat.

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Stewardship of New Technologies Embraced by US Meat Industry

By TheSheepSite News Desk

US – For the past several months, a diverse group of representatives from technology companies and the US beef, pork and lamb industries has tackled a critical question related to global access for US meat: What steps can the meat industry take to ensure that the introduction of new production and processing technologies does not interrupt trade?

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Meet the Supermodels of the Goat and Sheep World

By David Rosenberg

Turns out unruly goats and sheep make for some of the best portrait subjects. Kevin Horan found this out while photographing his neighbor’s sheep for what would become his series “Chattel.”

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ISA sheep shearing workshop to be offered Dec. 7 at Purdue

By Emma Hopkins

The Indiana Sheep Association is sponsoring a workshop to teach sheep producers how to efficiently shear their animals Dec. 7.

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Saving Mangalica: How the rare ‘sheep-pig’ was rescued

By John Galliver

In eastern Hungary there is an increasingly common sight – a field of pigs with snouts and trotters but also curly, woolly fleeces.

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Lamb: The Best Protein in the World

By The Sheep Site

Lamb needs care and attention as a meat so consumers carry on coming back for more, says an award winning New Zealand producer.

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