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Developments in Goat and Sheep Fibre Production

  • A.J.F. Russel (a1), M.L. Ryder (a1) and Margaret Lippert (a1)


The overproduction of many traditional forms of agricultural production in the EEC has stimulated an interest in alternative land-use enterprises. Of these, non-food products such as animal fibres are of particular interest, although it must be borne in mind that these too will generate meat as a by-product. Fibre production from a number of animal species is being examined in different countries throughout the world; this paper is concerned with fibre production from only the goat and sheep.



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