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Endangered Domestic Animals #129676

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 14, 1990
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Near Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina: Roger Caras) Work of members of the American Minor Breeds Conservancy in trying to save domestic breeds from extinction featured; scenes shown of some endangered breeds. [Breeder Laurie HEISE - talks about the of American milking Devon cattle breed.] Raising of tamworth pigs, Suffolk punch draught horses, belted Galaway cattle, Tunis sheep, turkey poults, bronze turkeys, emden geese, Cochin chickens, brown Swiss cows, Dexter cows, golden Guernseys, pilgrim geese, Nigerian pygmy goats detailed, shown. [Sedgwick County Zoo Ron BLAKELY - says these domestic breeds could be gone forever.]

Caras, Roger;
Simpson, Carole

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