Anglo-Nubian


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Anglo-Nubian

English breed of dairy goat. Mostly all black, but may be any color. Characterized by prominent roman nose and large drooped ears. Called also Nubian (USA).
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18,21,6] In previous study of BMP15 gene in another animals: identified two SNP in exon 2 of the BMP15 gene in anglo-nubian goat identified a 4-bp deletion in the coding region of the bovine BMP15 gene.
My parents moved and bought this village shop and two very eccentric elderly ladies who lived in a cottage behind us had a big herd of Anglo-Nubian goats," she said.
They are among 12 Anglo-Nubian goats to be born at Cannon Hall Farm, in Cawthorne, in the last few days.
Eddie and Pauline have spent almost 20 years breeding and showing Anglo-Nubian and pygmy goats, and were happy to supply two of the tiny breed ( which reach only 2ft to the neck ( for Pets' Corner.
Crossing these with British dairy goats resulted in the Anglo-Nubian which is the foundation of the U.
Billy, the blue-fronted Amazon in our South American building, has surprised us all by instantly imitating a human-like bleating cry of an Anglo-Nubian goat kid.
Having previously specialised in fudge, chocolate and smoothies, Kid Me Not enlisted the expert help of Carmarthenshire Cheese Company to make cheese from the milk produced by its herd of 200 Anglo-Nubian, Toggenburg and Saanen goats.
A temporary farmyard will be set up in the festival's Village Green area, with miniature Shetland ponies, miniature and standard donkeys, sheep, Irish Moiled or Belted Galloway calves, African Pygmy and Anglo-Nubian goats, Brahma chickens, pet lambs and kids, ducks and geese and bantam hens.
LOYAL FOLLOWING: Carolyn Ekins, top, and left, goats Mona and LuLu, two of the Ekins's Anglo-Nubian goats which feature in Carolyn's diaries on the website
What started with one goat in a small back garden ``to keep the grass down'' has grown into a way of life which involves a menagerie of Jacob and Suffolk cross sheep, Anglo-Nubian goats, and some small, hairy Kune Kune pigs from New Zealand - an increasingly popular choice among smallholders.
On their farm, which rises up to 1,400ft, they keep on average around 80 cattle including a 30 strong suckler herd with followers, 400 Welsh Mountain ewes, and Mrs Somerfield's own pride and joy - a herd of pedigree Toggenburg and Anglo-Nubian goats.
She and her husband Nick farm at Bethlehem, where in addition to their suckler cattle and flock of hill sheep she breeds pedigree British Toggenburg and Anglo-Nubian goats, many of which over the years have been sent to Africa.