DGJ

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AcronymDefinition
DGJDaniel Galvin Junior (hair products; UK)
DGJDirectors Guild of Japan (est. 1936)
DGJDrexler Guinand Jauslin (architecture firm; Switzerland)
DGJDistinctive Gold Jewelry (Frankfort, IL)
DGJDairy Goat Journal (Countryside Publications, Ltd.)
DGJDirection Générale Affaires Juridiques (French: General Directorate of Legal Affairs; Belgium)
DGJDeutsche Gewichtheber-Jugend (German: German Youth Weightlifting; Germany)
DGJ1-Deoxy-Galactonojirimycin (pharmacology)
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I very much enjoy the Dairy Goat Journal and Countryside & Small Stock Journal magazines that I get in the mail.
Box 3657 Fayetteville, AR 72702 (800) 346-9140 www.attra.org Offers several free publications about raising dairy and meat goats Dairy Goat Journal P.O.
(See Dairy Goat Journal at www.dairygoatjournal.com/83-5/michele_konnersman/ for more information on running your own fecals.)
Caprine Cooking was a book made up largely of my own recipes and the rest of the content was from various readers of Dairy Goat Journal.--Mary Jane Toth
(See their ads in Backyard Poultry and Dairy Goat Journal.)
I love to read about the dairies and other stories in Dairy Goat Journal and COUNTRYSIDE.
never had a goat bloat on it.--Jennifer Stultz, Editor, Dairy Goat Journal
note: And don't forget COUNTRYSIDE'S sister publication, Dairy Goat Journal, www.dairygoatjournal.com.)
A couple of good resources are Storey's Guide to Raising Dairy Goats by Jerome Belanger (see ordering information on page 90), and Dairy Goat Journal. Request a free copy of the magazine by calling 1-800-551-5691 or visit www.dairygoatjournal.com.
Jennifer Stultz, editor of COUNTRYSIDE'S sister publication Dairy Goat Journal, replies:
(In addition to books), I've also read a lot of magazines, like Dairy Goat Journal. We met other goat breeders whom we learned from; we took one-day nutrition courses; and our vet, Dr.
or Dairy Goat Journal, go to: www.sheepmagazine.com or www.dairy goatjournal.com.