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Nellie Belle, the Nubian goat stopped by Mr. Brock’s class for a quick snack
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Monday, March 04, 2019
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Did you know that milk and dairy products are one of Georgia 's top ten commodities? It is ! And believe it or not, goats contribute to these statistics.  Goats‘ milk is used for people who have digestive issues, and  makes some of the best cheese ever!  Nellie Belle, the Nubian goat, stopped by Mr. Brock's class for a quick snack and to demonstrate how to handle a baby goat!  Several students got to feed and hold her.  Nubian goats are used for both milk, cheese and meat production. 

 

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