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Comparing wether kids on summer cultivated pasture and mesquite rangeland with and without maize grain supplement. S. Pagan- Riestra*1,2, J. P. Muir1, K. A. Littlefield1,4, and S. M. Weiss3, 1Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Stephenville, 2Texas A&M University, College Station, 3University of the U.S. Virgin Islands Experiment Station, Kingshill, St. Croix, 4Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX.

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Cactus pear cladodes as a source of forage for growing-finishing lambs in Central Mexico. G. Aranda-Osorio*, C. A. Flores-Valdez, and M. Cruz-Miranda, Universidad Autonoma Chapingo, Chapingo, Mexico.

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Supplementation effects of Calliandra (Calliandra calothyrsus) on weight gains and efficacy of control of gastrointestinal nematodes in weanling goats. A. Acero*, E. Valencia, and A. A Rodríguez, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.

Goat Species III Exhibit Hall C

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Luster measurement in mohair produced by Angora goats. C. J. Lupton*, B. S. Engdahl, F. A. Pfeiffer, and J. W. Walker, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, San Angelo.

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Effects of feed restriction and subsequent realimentation on tissue and mohair fiber by growing Angora goats. R. Puchala*, A. Patra, A. L. Goetsch, G. Animut, and T. Sahlu, E (Kika) de la Garza American Institute for Goat Research, Langston University, Langston, OK.

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Effects of selection for increased juniper consumption on body weight and mohair production of Angora goats. F. A. Pfeiffer*, E. S. Campbell, B. S. Engdahl, T. D. Lovett, C. J. Lupton, C. A. Taylor, D. F. Waldron, and J. W. Walker, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, San Angelo.

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Participant demographics of a web-based certification program for meat goat producers. R. C. Merkel*, T. A. Gipson, S. P. Hart, and T. Sahlu, E (Kika) de la Garza American Institute for Goat Research, Langston University, Langston, OK.

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Effectiveness of a web-based certification program for meat goat producers. S. P. Hart*, R. C. Merkel, T. A. Gipson, and T. Sahlu, E (Kika) de la Garza American Institute for Goat Research, Langston University, Langston, OK.

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Goat conferences in Arkansas. J. A. Pennington*, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, Little Rock.

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Estimation of meat goat carcass composition using regression analysis. K. E. Logan*, H. N. Zerby, S. J. Moeller, T. J. Fraley, and D. A. Mangione, The Ohio State University, Columbus.

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Effect of hydrodynamic pressure processing on chevon quality characteristics. K. R. Eega*1, J. H. Lee1, M. B. Solomon2, T. D. Pringle3, K. W. McMillin4, and G. Kannan1, 1Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA, 2USDA/ARS Food Technology and Safety, Beltsville, MD, 3University of Georgia, Athens, 4Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.

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Quality characteristics of jerky made from Hydrodynamic Pressure processed (HDP) chevon and beef. K. R. Eega*1, J. H. Lee1, M. B. Solomon2, T. D. Pringle3, K. W. McMillin4, and G. Kannan1, 1Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA, 2USDA/ARS Food Technology and Safety Laboratory, Beltsville, MD, 3The University of Georgia, Athens, 4Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.

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Chemical composition and quality of chevon as influenced by a diet high in condensed tannins. M. Vanguru*, J. H. Lee, D. A. Moore, B. Kouakou, T. H. Terrill, and G. Kannan, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA.

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The small ruminant nutrition system: Development of a goat submodel. A. Cannas*1, L. O. Tedeschi2, and D. G. Fox3, 1University of

Sassari, Sassari, Sardinia, Italy, 2Texas A&M University, College Station, 3Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

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S h o r t - t e r m t r e n d s o f B o e r a n d K i k o b u c k s i n a c e n t r a l p e r f o r m a n c e t e s t . T . A . G i p s o n * 1 , L . D a w s o n 2 , a n d T . S a h l u 1 , 1 E ( K i k a ) d e l a G a r z a

American Institute for Goat Research, Langston University, Langston, OK, 2Oklahoma State University, Stillwater.

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Influence of dietary condensed tannins on gastrointestinal tract, skin, and carcass bacterial counts in meat goats. J. H. Lee*, D. A. Moore, M. Vanguru, B. Kouakou, T. H. Terrill, and G. Kannan, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA.

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Dietary regimen and gastrointestinal tract microbial loads in meat goats. J. H. Lee*, B. Kouakou, and G. Kannan, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA.

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Impact of types of pelleted feed and two pellet to hay ratios on the development of urolithogenic compounds in meat goats. K. Sullivan1, S. Freeman*1, M. Poore1, E. van Heugten1, K. Ange-van Heugten1, and B. Wolfe2, 1North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 2The Wilds, Cumberland, OH.

Nonruminant Nutrition Feeder Pig and Sow Nutrition II Exhibit Hall C

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Comparison and accounting for differences of three phytase activity assay methods. J. D. Weaver* and X. G. Lei, Cornell University,

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