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Coleg Cambria boosts rare goat numbers with breeding programme
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16 September 2019
On 16 September 2019 BBC News reported:
A college is helping to boost numbers of a rare breed of goat with six kids born at one of its campuses this year. In 2010 the breed was listed as 'critically endangered', meaning there were fewer than 100 breeding nannies in the UK. The first record of the breed in the UK appears in historical documents from 1389.
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