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Sheep and Goat Digestive System

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Jordyn Gilmore

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Sheep and Goat Digestive System

Sheep and Goat Digestive System
The goat/sheep is a member of a class of animals called ruminants.
These animals ruminate (chew their cud).
Unlike us, they have special four-compartment stomachs especially designed to digest roughage (food high in fiber) such as grass, hay and silage.
Difference between Kid and Adult
In conclusion, the rumen allows for bacteria to breakdown fiber, enabling ruminants to gain the proteins and energy from plant sources.

Labeling the Digestive System
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