Minority species as livestock
Some livestock farmers have diversified recently into the rearing of species not indigenous to the UK, including Asian water buffalo, North American bison, ostrich and camelids, or rearing species indigenous in historic times, such as wild boar and deer.
The Openfields library holds resources on raising minority species as livestock, including:
- Wild boar
- Llamas and alpacas
OpenFields brings together authoritative minority farmed species information from universities, colleges and the industry.
A sample of Items held in the Minority species as livestock category
- Goat Meat Production – an introduction
- UK rabbit meat market: is there potential to develop?
- Wild Boar Production
- 1744: Farm animal genetic resources
- Ostrich Farming: - A Review and Feasibility Study of Opportunities in the EU
- Collaborative Frameworks in Land Management: A case study on integrated deer management
- Water buffalo – an introduction
- Effects of varying doses of β-nerve growth factor on the timing of ovulation, plasma progesterone concentration and corpus luteum size in female alpacas
- Warm Water Fish Production as a Diversification Strategy for Arable Farmers
- An Introduction to Dairy Goats
There are currently no subcategories in the Minority species as livestock section.
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