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prevalence of sarcocystis odocoileocanis from white-tailed deer in alabama and its attempted transmission to goats.sarcocysts of sarcocystis odocoileocanis were found in tissue sections of hearts and tongues examined by light microscopy from 30 (88%) of 34 white-tailed deer (odocoileus virginianus). hearts were infected less often (13 of 34, 38%) than were tongues (30 of 34, 88%). sarcocysts of sarcocystis odoi were not observed in the white-tailed deer examined. a gray fox (urocyon cinereoargenteus) excreted sporocysts after consuming tongues of white-tailed deer infected with s. odocoileocanis. two goats i ...19883127603
human cryptosporidiosis--alabama. 19826808342
trace element concentrations in tissues of goats from alabama.liver, kidney and muscle tissues of goats slaughtered in alabama were analyzed for cu, fe, mn and zn. the cu, fe and mn concentrations were significantly higher in livers than in kidneys and muscles. the zn was significantly higher in livers and muscles than in kidneys. the concentrations of cu, fe, mn and zn in muscle were not significantly different between male and female goats. however, the cu, fe and mn in livers and fe in kidneys were significantly different between males and females. the ...19958540220
heavy metals in livers and kidneys of goats in alabama. 19958555682
status and prospects of the dairy goat industry in the united states.among the major classes of u.s. livestock, dairy goats have yet to achieve usda statistical reporting of their numbers, amounts of milk produced and processed, and cheese and other products marketed. however, the usda has published buck proofs of approximately 16,000 does annually from dairy herd improvement association (dhia) records of the alpine, lamancha, nubian, oberhasli, saanen and toggenburg breeds, thereby encouraging genetic progress. this represents a 1% participation in dhia of the e ...19968726751
teaching international animal agriculture.students who major in animal science at u.s. institutions are generally exposed to a curriculum that emphasizes commercial, large-scale production of the few traditional food animals: cattle, poultry, sheep, and swine. globally, most farmers live in lesser-developed countries under limited-resource conditions of land, feed supplies, equipment, and capital. the promotion of commercial animal production enterprises may not be appropriate for such farms because it can subject farmers to considerabl ...199910568483
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