Caprine Cooking was a book made up largely of my own recipes and the rest of the content was from various readers of Dairy Goat Journal.
What does DGJ stand for?
DGJ stands for Dairy Goat Journal (Countryside Publications, Ltd.)
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- Digital Graphic Imaging Technical Association
- Direction Générale des Infrastructures, des Transports et de la Mer (French: General Directorate of Infrastructure, Transport and the Sea)
- Delta-Glider IV (Orbiter Sim fictional spacecraft)
- Directorate General - Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport (EU)
- Dwarf Gourami Iridovirus (fish disease)
- Defence Geospatial Information Working Group (multinational cooperation; London, England, UK)
- Digital Geographic Information Working Group
- Digital Geospatial Information Working Group (London, England, UK)
- Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute and Museum
- 1-Deoxy-Galactonojirimycin (pharmacology)
- Daniel Galvin Junior (hair products; UK)
- Deutsche Gewichtheber-Jugend (German: German Youth Weightlifting; Germany)
- Direction Générale Affaires Juridiques (French: General Directorate of Legal Affairs; Belgium)
- Directors Guild of Japan (est. 1936)
- Drexler Guinand Jauslin (architecture firm; Switzerland)
- Director General Joint Force Development Division
- Dubai Gold & Jewellery Group
- Da Guang Junior High (Taiwan)
- Directorate General Joint Research Centre (European Commission; Brussels, Belgium)
- Diocesan Girls Junior School (Hong Kong)
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See their ads in Backyard Poultry and Dairy Goat Journal.
I love to read about the dairies and other stories in Dairy Goat Journal and COUNTRYSIDE.
In addition to books), I've also read a lot of magazines, like Dairy Goat Journal.
A good resource here is Dairy Goat Journal (also published by Countryside Publications, Ltd.
According to Jennifer Stultz, editor of Dairy Goat Journal, stolen goats are becoming increasingly common, and not for reasons one might imagine.
Always looking for a way to make something better and nicer looking, I found an article by Harvey Considine in Dairy Goat Journal about the manger design he uses.
I got mine after reading a nice article in the Dairy Goat Journal.