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Of, relating to, or characteristic of a goat. [Latin capr nus, from caper, capr-, goat.] caprine [ˈkæpraɪn].

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Caprine Arthritis and Encephalitis
Caprine Outing is a 3-day goat workshop held every two years sponsored by the Cornell Department of Animal Science and Cornell Cooperative Extension.
Prevention and Control Caprine Abortion.PPT
Caprine Abortion. (Prevention and Control). Susan L.

Suggested News Resources

Capital Caprine Cuisine
By Erica Wayne 08/17/2011 It's been almost three years to the day since we first tried the brand-spanking-new restaurant in Montrose with unusual food and an even more unusual name.
Beshear appoints Dry Ridge councilman
He represents active producers of ovine and caprine species. Joe Ramsey, of Lexington, is a horse farm manager at Hill 'n' Dale Farms. He represents active producers of equine species.
Disease, drought wipe out livestock
Icelandic sheep find a new fold in Juneau
One of the goats may have previously belonged to Lisa Daugherty, erstwhile owner of the Icelandic sheep, though Adams said she is still trying to figure out where it came from, playing the caprine version of “six degrees of Kevin Bacon.
Vietnam now open to Canada's live cattle, sheep, goats
Canada also has access to Vietnam for beef offal (heart, liver, and kidney); bovine semen and embryos; ovine (sheep) semen and embryos; and caprine (goat) semen and embryos.

Suggested Web Resources

Caprine Supply - Goat Supplies, Goat Cheese, Goat Milk, Goat
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Caprine | Define Caprine at
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Caprine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
caprine - definition of caprine by the Free Online Dictionary
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a goat. [Latin capr nus, from caper, capr-, goat.] caprine [ˈkæpraɪn].
Goat (Caprine) Terminology - Goats & Health - GOATWORLD.COM

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