The dark blood discharge a doe has for several weeks after kidding.
The first milk full of antibodies for the kids, essential to their life.
Usually about days.
Parasites located in the stomach, lungs and intestines of goats.
Also applied to hooves of newborns by some breeders.
Restraining device that is a gambrel-shaped piece of plastic that is placed over the top of the animal's neck, with slots on either side to hold both front legs of the animal.
Management practice of improving a does's plan of nutrition just prior to mating to improve ovulation rate.
Caseous Lymphadenitis, an abscess disease of goats that is highly contagious.