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Mountain Goat

breed by Swamp Donkey Seeds

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Mountain Goat is an indica/sativa variety from Swamp Donkey Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±67 days ) and outdoors . Swamp Donkey Seeds’ Mountain Goat is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Swamp Donkey Seeds’ Mountain Goat Description

Hybrid
THC: 20-24%
Flower Time: 63-70 Days
Yield: Heavy

Tropical skunk funk to the max with this strain and a high that will leave you forgetting your worries but also maintaining clarity with the sativa influence of the Golden Goat.

Mountain Goat Lineage / Genealogy

  • Mountain Goat »»» Golden Goat x Cherry Mountain
  • Golden Goat
    • »»» Island Sweet Skunk x
    • Hawaii x Romulan
      • Hawaii »»» Sativa
      • Romulan BX7
        • Romulan
          • Unknown Mostly Indica British Columbia »»» Mostly Indica
    • Island Sweet Skunk
      • Island Sweet Skunk probably
        • »»» Sweet Skunk x White Widow probably
        • Sweet Skunk
          • »»» Sweet Pink Grapefruit x NL x Haze
          • Sweet Pink Grapefruit
            • »»» Grapefruit x Unknown Strain
            • Grapefruit
              • Unknown Hybrid »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
            • Unknown Strain
          • NL x Haze
            • »»» Northern Lights #5 x Haze
            • Northern Lights #5
              • USA, Kalifornien »»» Mostly Indica
            • Haze
              • O Haze
                • »»» Mexico x Colombia x Thailand x India
                • Mexico »»» Sativa
                • Colombia »»» Sativa
                • Thailand »»» Sativa
                • India »»» Sativa
        • White Widow
          • White Widow Probably
            • »»» Brazil x India
            • Brazil »»» Sativa
            • India »»» Indica
  • Cherry Mountain
    • »»» Cherry Pie x Appalachia
    • Cherry Pie
      • »»» Durban Poison x GDP
      • Durban Poison IBL
        • Durban Poison Durban
          • South African Sativa KwaZulu-Natal »»» Sativa
      • GDP Probably
        • »»» Mendo Purps x Probably
        • Skunk x Afghanistan
          • Skunk
            • Skunk #1
              • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
              • Afghanistan »»» Indica
              • Mexico »»» Sativa
              • Colombia »»» Sativa
          • Afghanistan »»» Indica
        • Mendo Purps
          • USA »»» Mostly Indica
    • Appalachia
      • »»» Green Crack x Tres DawG
      • Green Crack
        • »»» Skunk #1 x Unknown Indica
        • Skunk #1
          • Skunk #1 (specified above)
        • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
      • Tres DawG
        • »»» Chem Dawg d x Double Dawg
        • Chem Dawg d
          • Unknown Indica »»» Indica
        • Double Dawg
          • »»» Chem Dawg d x
          • Chem Dawg d x Afghani #1
            • Chem Dawg d (specified above)
            • Afghani #1
              • »»» Afghanistan x Afghanistan
              • Afghanistan »»» Indica
              • Afghanistan »»» Indica
          • Chem Dawg d (specified above)

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Evidence for persistent Bovine viral diarrhea virus infection in a captive mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus)

Affiliation

  • 1 Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory, College Station, Pullman, WA 99165-2037, USA. [email protected]
  • PMID: 18987224
  • DOI: 10.1177/104063870802000606

Evidence for persistent Bovine viral diarrhea virus infection in a captive mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus)

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Affiliation

  • 1 Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory, College Station, Pullman, WA 99165-2037, USA. [email protected]
  • PMID: 18987224
  • DOI: 10.1177/104063870802000606

Abstract

Bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) viruses are pestiviruses that have been isolated from domestic and wild ruminants. There is serologic evidence of pestiviral infection in more than 40 species of free-range and captive mammals. Vertical transmission can produce persistently infected animals that are immunotolerant to the infecting strain of Bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) and shed virus throughout their lives. Seven species (white-tailed deer, mouse deer, eland, domestic cattle, alpaca, sheep, and pigs) have been definitively identified as persistently infected with BVDV. This study provides serological, molecular, immunohistochemical, and histological evidence for BVDV infection in 2 captive mountain goats from a zoological park in Idaho. The study was triggered by isolation of BVDV from tissues and immunohistochemical identification of viral antigen within lesions of a 7-month-old male mountain goat (goat 1). Blood was collected from other mountain goats and white-tailed and mule deer on the premises for BVDV serum neutralization, viral isolation, and reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction. One 3-month-old mountain goat (goat 2) was antibody negative and BVDV positive in serum samples collected 3 months apart. This goat subsequently died, and though still antibody negative, BVDV was isolated from tissues and identified by immunohistochemistry within lesions. Sequencing and phylogenetic analysis identified the isolates as BVDV-2. These findings provide evidence of persistent infection in a mountain goat, underscoring the need for pestivirus control strategies for wild ruminants in zoological collections.

Bovine viral diarrhea (BVD) viruses are pestiviruses that have been isolated from domestic and wild ruminants. There is serologic evidence of pestiviral infection in more than 40 species of free-range and captive mammals. Vertical transmission can produce persistently infected animals that are immun …