I was asked for the correct apostrophes in "Symposium on Sheeps, Goats and other non-Cows...
milks" I suggested "Symposium on Sheep's, Goats' and other non-Cows' milks". Am I correct?
I would use sheep's, goat's and cow's milk.
Sorry for the changes, I gave you the wrong answer earlier.
I take it this is a title to the symposium? If you use the plural form, it's "Symposium on Sheep's, Goats', and Other Non-Cows' Milk."
The final comma is optional.
I'd like to add that the style of capitalization in a title is to capitalize the beginning of all words except little connectors like "and" and "of."
Thanks for your question!
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