Flooding in Nashville, Tennessee, devasted Dr. Richard Browning's goat research farm at Tennessee State University. All together, 134 animals were lost: 92 does and 29 kids, more than a third of the entire stock. Fortunately, all but one of the twenty-seven herd sires was saved. Dr. Browning and others risked their lives to save the animals.
Last month's flood affected the research of over 15 scientists at Tennessee State University. The Nashville region suffered over $1 billion in damage.
The rebuilding process has begun at Dr. Browning's goat farm. Since the flood, a few goats have been born.
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