Species affinities in domestic sheep and goats
AuthorsEdward O. Price
Kim A. Tomlinson
Authors AffiliationsEdward O. Price is Associate Professor, Department of Animal Science, UC, Davis; Kim A. Tomlinson is a graduate student, Department of Animal Science, UC, Davis.
Hilgardia 33(2):4-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v033n02p4. February 1979.
Although sheep exhibit a stronger tendency to follow their own kind, goats are the more social of the two species.
Price E, Tomlinson K. 1979. Species affinities in domestic sheep and goats. Hilgardia 33(2):4-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v033n02p4
Also in this issue:Agricultural research for developing nations
New fungicides control Botrytis blight of Easter lilies
Combining water and fertilizer management for high productivity, low water degradation
Response of California rice varieties to cool temperatures
Farmers' markets—myths and realities
Climbing cutworms: Early-season pests of grapes
Host list of the root rot fungus, Armillaria mellea