School visit

As part of OIGS outreach, Rob Corrigan (OIGS intern) invited the Mulranny school children to visit E.O.M. where two orphan goats are being raised.  Both these goats show characterisitcs of introgression.  Unlikely to enter into the breeding program to start in the autumn of 1014, these goats will be kept as pets.

     School visit march 2014

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