By Mark FoulkesWhat is goat?
A goat is a large goat-like animal that lives in parts of Africa, South America and Europe.
It’s a big goat that weighs about 100 kilograms (220 pounds).
The name is a play on the Greek words for “thousand” and “gold.”
Gosling, the chief executive of the Canadian-based goat breeders’ association, said the name was chosen to differentiate goat from other wild goats, such as the European and African species.
He said it was also an homage to the famous movie “The Goat” by the director William Wyler, which tells the story of a goat farmer who takes his goats on a long journey from his farm to a distant village where they are sold to a farmer for meat.
“It’s a symbol of a person who is not tied to the land, who doesn’t have to live in a small farm,” he said.
The name of the breed, which is based in Nova Scotia, has been around since the late 19th century.
Since the late 1970s, there have been three different goat breeds: the original European-style goat, the North American-style and the Australian-style.
A goat’s milk is made by removing the male reproductive organs, such a testicle, gallbladder and ovaries, and inserting them into a vagina.
Goslin said that in Canada, about 75 per cent of the goat breed is bred to be wild, with about 30 per cent being sold for meat and the remaining 20 per cent used as dairy goats.
He estimated that between 75 and 90 per cent are used for domestic goat and sheep.
“We’re looking at making some significant changes to the breed as we move forward,” Gosling said.
A similar process for the Canadian breeders took place in the United States.
Since 2009, the United Farm Workers of America, the largest union in Canada’s agriculture industry, has begun to negotiate with the owners of the U.S. breeders who produce the Canadian goat and has set up a contract with the Canadian industry.
The contract is meant to create a more cooperative system in which U.,W and CFA are in direct competition.
“We want to make sure that there is a more equitable distribution of the resources, the quality and the prices,” Goslin said.
“This is about a change in the mindset of our industry.”
But the contract is far from a slam dunk for the U,W, which has spent more than $1 billion since it was established in 2008 to fight for animal welfare.
The organization is also seeking a better way to monitor the breeding and sale of the farm animals.
A few months ago, the UFW asked the federal government to put a moratorium on the sale of Canadian goats and lamb, which would force the owners to stop selling the farm animal to people in the U.,W and even the UAW.
The group’s concerns about the contract came after the UW sent a letter to the federal minister of agriculture, seeking more information on the contract, including how it is being negotiated with the UFOA.
“In our view, the federal farm animals contract is the only viable way to ensure that the farm livestock and meat industry remains a sustainable and fair business,” the UWF said in a letter obtained by the Star.
The federal government has not yet responded.
A spokesman for the minister of agri-food said that while the UFA is working on a plan to help ensure that farm animals are kept in a more humane and ethical way, it is still looking at the contract.
The government is still negotiating with the owner of the three U.
W-bred breeders, Gosling noted.
“It is our understanding that it is not the case that there has been a change to the farm business model that has occurred,” he told the Star in an email.
A spokesperson for the federal agriculture department told the Toronto Star that the contract has been in effect since 2009.
“There are many reasons for that, but the fact is the contract with UFW is in effect for 30 years and it is a contract that we are negotiating with all three UFW-bred owners,” she said.
In the meantime, the government has said it is working with the two U.N. member countries to address the issue of animal trafficking.
The U.A.E. recently announced that it will open an investigation into whether the trade in animals, including farm animals, has occurred.
“Our investigation will examine whether animal trafficking is taking place in any other member country,” U.AA’s director of external affairs, Richard Ellingham, said in an emailed statement.
The Canadian Association of Animal Health Professionals said it has already sent letters to the owners and the farm companies in Canada seeking information about how the contract was negotiated and what has happened to the animals.
“The contract was in effect until 2011,” said its executive director, Paul J. Fadie.