Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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We never know when we might need to evacuate our animals and something we rarely think about.  This farm very generous offered good information. It is worth printing and keeping with your goat books.
https://www.capitalpress.com/ag_sectors/livestock/goat-herd-moved-3...

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Thanks so much for sharing that info! Here is another organization that works to help evacuate livestock:

https://www.halterproject.org/

You are welcome.  I was not certain of which "section" to post it but thought in the wrong place was better than not at all.
Deep gratitude is mine that I am not one of those who needs to evacuate and likely won't ever be.  However, my heart hurts for all those who have or even might.

Deborah Niemann-Boehle said:

Thanks so much for sharing that info! Here is another organization that works to help evacuate livestock:

https://www.halterproject.org/

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