Penn State Extension Teams deliver animal education and programs across the state in four primary areas: dairy, equine, poultry, and livestock (including sheep, swine, beef cattle, and goats).
The Penn State Extension Dairy Team provides information and programs on dairy nutrition, reproduction, business management, and more.
The Penn State Extension Equine Team provides access to timely information on horse management, health, nutrition, clinics, and more.
The Penn State Extension Poultry Team provides educational information and support for poultry producers, extension professionals, and teachers.
Meat and dairy goat production and management, goat associations, marketing, health and nutrition, reproduction, and goat-related publications.
Beef cattle information on reproduction, genetic programs, equipment, diet supplements, and more.
Information on swine management, breeding evaluation, animal welfare, and meat production.
Information on sheep production, reproduction, milking, nutrition, health, marketing and financial issues.
Assistance for producers, veterinarians, 4-H groups, and other professionals to improve animal health and well-being.
Llamas and Alpacas
Camelids are even-toed ungulates belonging to the family camelidae, and unlike true ruminant animals of the family ruminantia, they only have three stomach compartments instead of four.