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Bezoar ibex

The bezoar ibex, also known as the Anatolian bezoar ibex, Persian ibex, or dağ keçisi, is a wild goat subspecies that is native to montane forests from Turkey to Iran.

                                               

Chiltan ibex

Males are reddish-gray in color. Some males have dark brown or black chests, sometimes a dark shoulder stripe like Bezoar ibex. Females are reddish-gray with a dark brown dorsal stripe and white legs with a dark brown marking below the knees. Hor ...

                                               

Goats as pets

Despite their reputation for being slightly rebellious, goats are sometimes kept as pets because of their ability to form close bonds with their owners. Goats are herd animals by nature and typically prefer the company of other goats, but because ...

                                               

Ibex

An ibex is any of several species of wild mountain goat, distinguished by the males large recurved horns, which are transversely ridged in front. Ibex are found in Eurasia, North Africa, and East Africa. The name ibex comes from Latin, borrowed f ...

                                               

Judas goat

A Judas goat is a trained goat used in general animal herding. The Judas goat is trained to associate with sheep or cattle, leading them to a specific destination. In stockyards, a Judas goat will lead sheep to slaughter, while its own life is sp ...

                                               

Rent A Goat

Rent A Goat is a company founded in 2010 by 22-year-old entrepreneur Matthew Richmond, from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, which rents out goat herds for land-clearing purposes. Rent A Goat is part of a larger phenomenon called conservation grazing ...

                                               

Sindh ibex

Sindh ibex are rather stocky animals with thick-set bodies and strong limbs terminating in broad hooves. Female and young males, till their second winter, are yellowish-brown varying to reddish-grey with a darker brown mid-dorsal line extending f ...

                                               

Herder

Usually if the person is a minor, he is called herdboy, a male herder is usually called a herdsman and a female herder by contrast is also called a herdswoman. Because their work is necessarily mostly outdoors, they move around from place to plac ...

                                               

Kulning

Kulning or herding calls is a domestic Scandinavian music form, often used to call livestock down from high mountain pastures where they have been grazing during the day. It is possible that the sound also serves to scare away predators, but this ...

                                               

Reindeer herding

Reindeer herding is when reindeer are herded by people in a limited area. Currently, reindeer are the only semi-domesticated animal which naturally belongs to the North. Reindeer herding is conducted in nine countries: Norway, Finland, Sweden, Ru ...

                                               

Equine industry in Kentucky

The equine industry in Kentucky is a major part of the states agribusiness, including sectors involved in horse breeding and rearing, racing, buying and selling, and tourism. According to a study by the University of Kentucky, the equine industry ...

                                               

Horse industry in Tennessee

The horse industry in Tennessee is the 6th largest in the United States, and over three million acres of Tennessee farmland are used for horse raising or horse-related activities. The most popular breed in the state is the eponymous Tennessee Wal ...

                                               

Pony

A pony is a small horse. Depending on context, a pony may be a horse that is under an approximate or exact height at the withers or a small horse with a specific conformation and temperament. There are many different breeds. Compared to other hor ...

                                               

Horse trailer

A horse trailer or horse van is used to transport horses. There are many different designs, ranging in size from small units capable of holding two or three horses, able to be pulled by a pickup truck or even a SUV; to gooseneck designs that carr ...

                                               

Babirusa

The babirusas, also called deer-pigs are a genus, Babyrousa, in the swine family found in Wallacea, or specifically the Indonesian islands of Sulawesi, Togian, Sula and Buru. All members of this genus were considered part of a single species unti ...

                                               

Babyrousa bolabatuensis

The Bola Batu babirusa is a species of babirusa from the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. It was first described in 1950 as a subspecies of Babyrousa babyrussa, then the only recognized species of babirusa, and raised to species rank by Colin Grove ...

                                               

Banded pig

The banded pig also known as the Indonesian wild boar is a subspecies of wild boar native to the Thai-Malay Peninsula and many Indonesian islands, including Sumatra, Java, and the Lesser Sundas as far east as Komodo. It is known as the wild boar ...

                                               

Buru babirusa

The Buru babirusa is a wild pig-like animal native to the Indonesian islands of Buru, the two Sula Islands of Mangole and Taliabu. It is also known as the Moluccan babirusa, golden babirusa or hairy babirusa. Traditionally, this relatively small ...

                                               

Bushpig

"Bush pig" may also refer to the red river hog. The bushpig is a member of the pig family that lives in forests, woodland, riverine vegetation and reedbeds in East and Southern Africa. Probably introduced populations are also present in Madagasca ...

                                               

Central Asian boar

The Central Asian boar is a small long maned subspecies of wild boar indigenous to Southeastern Iran, Pakistan and Northwest India.

                                               

Central European boar

The Central European boar is a subspecies of wild boar, currently distributed across almost all of mainland Europe, with the exception of some northern areas in both Scandinavia and European Russia and the southernmost parts of Greece. It is a me ...

                                               

Indian boar

The Indian boar, also known as the Andamanese pig or Moupin pig is a subspecies of wild boar native to India, Nepal, Burma, western Thailand and Sri Lanka. The Indian boar differs from its European counterpart by its large mane which runs in a cr ...

                                               

Japanese boar

The Japanese boar, also known as the white-moustached pig, inoshishi, or yama kujira, is a subspecies of wild boar native to all of Japan, save for Hokkaido and the Ryukyu Islands. It is a small, almost maneless, yellowish-brown subspecies with d ...

                                               

Joy MiniPig

Dawn and Paul Bleeker purchased Joy on 5 April 2012, from a breeder in Texas after two years of intense research. The decision to adopt a Minipig as a pet was made due to the allergies which made most pets not possible. Adopting Joy was only poss ...

                                               

Matthew 7: 6

Matthew 7:6 is the sixth verse of the seventh chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament and is part of the Sermon on the Mount. This verse contains an ambiguous warning about placing "pearls before swine."

                                               

Pig milk

Pig milk is milk from pigs, and is typically consumed by piglets. It is similar in composition to cows milk, though higher in fat and more watery. Pig milk is seldom obtained for human uses and is not considered to be a viable agricultural produc ...

                                               

North Sulawesi babirusa

The North Sulawesi babirusa is a pig-like animal native to Sulawesi and some nearby islands in Indonesia. It has two pairs of large tusks composed of enlarged canine teeth. The upper canines penetrate the top of the snout, curving back toward the ...

                                               

Palawan bearded pig

The Palawan bearded pig is a pig species in the genus Sus endemic to the Philippines, where it occurs on the archipelago of islands formed by Balabac, Palawan, and the Calamian Islands. It is 1 to 1.6 m in length, about 1 m tall and weigh up to 1 ...

                                               

Philippine warty pig

The Philippine warty pig is one of four known species in the pig genus endemic to the Philippines. The other three endemic species are the Visayan warty pig, Mindoro warty pig and the Palawan bearded pig, also being rare members of the family Sui ...

                                               

Pig Beach

Pig Beach is an uninhabited island located in Exuma, the Bahamas. The island takes its unofficial name from the fact that it is populated by a colony of feral pigs that live on the island and in the surrounding shallows.

                                               

The Pigsty

The Pigsty is a folly located next to Fyling Hall School, near Robin Hoods Bay, North Yorkshire, England. It is a Grade II* listed wooden building that was once a functioning home for pigs. It is now operated by the Landmark Trust as a holiday ho ...

                                               

Suinae

Suinae is a subfamily of artiodactyl mammals that includes several of the extant members of Suidae and their closest relatives - the domestic pig and related species, such as babirusas. Several extinct species within the Suidae are classified in ...

                                               

Taihu pig

The Taihu pig is a domestic breed of pig from the narrow region of mild sub-tropical climate around the Lake Tai region in the lower Yangtze River Valley of China. The breed is a large one, black in colour with a heavily wrinkled face. It has a l ...

                                               

Warty pig

Warty pig may refer to: Sus philippensis, native to the Philippines Sus verrucosus, native to Indonesia Sus celebensis, native to Sulawesi, Indonesia Sus heureni or Flores warty pig, native to southern Asia Sus oliveri, native to Mindoro, Philipp ...

                                               

Adet-i ağnam

The adet-i ağnam was an annual tax on sheep and goats in the Ottoman Empire. Initially, the tax was known as resm-i ağnam ; the name changed around 1550.

                                               

Calico sheep

Calico sheep are a type of sheep that have more than 1 colour within its coat. The colouring is due to a piebald mutation, but not a recognized breed. These sheep tend to be very small due to intensive inbreeding and are often mislabeled as a tru ...

                                               

Crutching

Crutching refers to the removal of wool from around the tail and between the rear legs of a sheep for hygiene purposes. It can also refer to removing wool from the heads of sheep. It does not refer to the process of mulesing - a controversial pro ...

                                               

European mouflon

The European mouflon is the westernmost and smallest sub-species of mouflon. It was originally found only on the Mediterranean islands of Corsica and Sardinia, but has since been introduced into many other regions of Europe.

                                               

Lamb marking

Lamb marking is the term applied to the procedure of earmarking, castration and tail-docking of the lambs of domestic sheep. Vaccination is usually carried out then, too. Sheep are usually ear marked at approximately 3 months of age after lambing ...

                                               

Mule (sheep)

In sheep farming, the term mule is used to refer to a cross between a Bluefaced Leicester ram and a purebred hill ewe. The production of such mule ewes is a widely used breeding management system which offers several advantages to the farmer. Cro ...

                                               

Oioceros

Oioceros is an extinct genus of spiral-horned antelope from the late Miocene. Its fossils have been found in Greece, China, Iran, and Africa. It was first discovered by Wagner in 1857, and contains nine species, O. rothii, O. atropatenes, O. jiul ...

                                               

Patagonian sheep farming boom

In late 19th and early 20th centuries, sheep farming expanded across the Patagonian grasslands making the southern regions of Argentina and Chile one of the worlds foremost sheep farming areas. The sheep farming boom attracted thousands of immigr ...

                                               

Sheep dip

Sheep dip is a liquid formulation of insecticide and fungicide which shepherds and farmers use to protect their sheep from infestation against external parasites such as itch mite, blow-fly, ticks and lice.

                                               

Sheep farming in Wales

Sheep farming is important to the economy of Wales. Much of Wales is rural countryside and sheep are a very common feature in the landscape throughout the country. The woollen industry in Wales was a major contributor to the national economy, acc ...

                                               

Sheep Promotion, Research, and Information Act of 1994

The Sheep Promotion, Research, and Information Act of 1994 enabled domestic sheep producers and feeders and importers of sheep and sheep products to develop, finance, and carry out a nationally coordinated program for sheep and sheep product prom ...

                                               

Sheeps trotters

Sheeps trotters, also referred to as lambs trotters, are the feet of sheep. They may be cooked by being boiled, broiled or fried, and are used in various dishes. Sheeps trotters may also be parboiled and then finished by an additional cooking met ...

                                               

Antheraea assamensis

Antheraea assamensis, known as the muga silkworm as a larva and Assam silk moth as an adult, is a moth of the family Saturniidae. The species was first described by T. W. Helfer in 1837. It is found in Assam in northeast India where 99% of its pr ...

                                               

Antheraea mylitta

Antheraea mylitta is a species of moth in the family Saturniidae known commonly as the tasar silkworm and vanya silkworm. It is actually one of a number of tasar silkworms, species that produce Tussar silk, a kind of wild silk that is made from t ...

                                               

Antheraea paphia

The male is reddish or yellowish. Costal brown and grey fascia of forewings reaching the apex. Hyaline and ocellated spots eyespots are much larger than that of Antheraea roylei. The submarginal line of the hindwings close to the margin. There is ...

                                               

Chinese Tussah Moth

Antheraea pernyi, the Chinese tussar moth, Chinese tasar moth or temperate tussar moth, is a large moth in the family Saturniidae. The species was first described by Felix Edouard Guerin-Meneville in 1855. Antheraea roylei is an extremely close r ...