The USDA's National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) Program Unit conducts national studies on the health and health management of America's domestic livestock and poultry populations.
In 2009, NAHMS will launch the Goat 2009 study, the first national look at the U.S. goat industry. However, before the study begins, NAHMS is conducting a needs assesment that seeks information from goat producers and industry stakeholders. This information will be used to develop the study's objectives. Participation in the needs assessment phase is quick and easy.
Complete the short on-line survey.
Download a document (PDF) to print and return by US mail.
NAHMS Sheep Studies