The west Texas sheep and goat industry will soon be “going to the dogs,” with a team of Texas A&M AgriLife experts looking at the role guardian dogs could play in reducing predation in the region.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service state sheep and goat specialist Dr. Reid Redden, wildlife specialist Dr. John Tomecek and resident director Dr. John Walker are heading a new year-long research project called “Understanding & Expanding the Use of Livestock Guardian Dogs in
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