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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Farmers are the initiators of the introduction of Nubian goats in the register of breeding achievements permitted for use on the territory of the Russian Federation.
As, the proportion of loci not in HWE was highest in the Nubian goats and lowest in the Dazu black goats and the Inner Mongolia Cashmere goats.
They raise Nubian goats, Scottish Highland cattle, and chickens for 4H.
2016), reported fibroepithelial hyperplasial predisposition in young Nubian goats and described surgical excision of fibromas as apparent cure.
At Fort Hancock, New Jersey, part of the National Parks of New York Harbor, Nubian goats have been munching away since last year, clearing some 40 years' growth of poison ivy that have made parts of the park all but inaccessible.
Sharon and Jim Blick own the 15-acre Living Earth Farm west of Eugene, where they raise Nubian goats and Rhode Island red hens as well as pigs, lambs, fruits and vegetables.
Even considering the low production potential of Anglo Nubian goats used herein, of mixed livestock type, and not specialized for milk production, the low level of pasture intake by the non-supplemented animals did not met the demand for TDN for production.
The animals in question are not racehorses, but Anglo Nubian goats, which have become the star attraction since they were introduced to racing this summer.
Elston and Fackrell keep Miniature Nubian goats, which are a cross between Nigerian Dwarf goats and standard-sized Nubian goats.
In addition to an array of flowers and gardens, the ranch also features a rare herd of Merino sheep, Nubian goats, longhorn cattle, horses and chickens.
Synchronization of estrus using CIDR, FGA or MAP intravaginal pessaries during the breeding season in Nubian goats.
Greyling (2000) for Boer goats and Romano and Abella (1997) for Nubian goats reported 36.