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Species affinities in domestic sheep and goats

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Edward O. Price, UC Davis
Kim A. Tomlinson, UC Davis

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California Agriculture 33(2):4-6.

Published February 01, 1979

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Although sheep exhibit a stronger tendency to follow their own kind, goats are the more social of the two species.

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Species affinities in domestic sheep and goats

Edward O. Price, Kim A. Tomlinson
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Species affinities in domestic sheep and goats

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Authors

Edward O. Price, UC Davis
Kim A. Tomlinson, UC Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 33(2):4-6.

Published February 01, 1979

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Although sheep exhibit a stronger tendency to follow their own kind, goats are the more social of the two species.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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