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Ruminants are mammals that possess specialized organs that allow microbial fermentation of ingested materials prior to digestion. Common examples of ruminants include cattle, sheep and even goats. Goats where one of the first animals to be domesticated and they may be used for their milk, meat and skin. They are susceptible to a number of diseases and disorders. This book introduces numerous diseases that affect goats and how goat health may impact human health. Some of these articles in this book outline the pathogenesis of goat diseases while others focus on treatment and prevention. The types of diseases discussed include bacterial and parasitic along with dietary and environmental. Other topics include skin diseases, protozoan infections, genetic risk factors of disease, viruses, animal vectors, lung infections, diagnostic tools, chronophysiological approaches to treating disease and treatment development. Upon completion of this book readers should have a new found understanding of the a broad plethora of diseases affecting goats.