Pygmy goats are of West African origin and are characterized by their short legs and face due to genetic dwarfism. Their study bodies and hardiness confer utility in their native
Boer goats have been developed from South African landrace stock to produce high quality meat on low quality pastureland. Their popularity has become worldwide.
Poitou goats, also known as Poitevine goats, are the best goats for cheese native to western France. Their milk, rich in solids and alpha-s1 casein makes the best flavor and
Australian Cashmere goats have been carefully selected from the feral population for over 30 years to produce quality fiber while retaining the fertility and hardiness of their ancestors.
Feral goats have adapted to many different wild environments around the world. Are they a blessing or a curse? Conservationists are finding ways to protect the landscape as well as
Chèvre des fossés is an endangered rare breed, currently kept as weed eating goats for yard maintenance in France. Their milk is ideal for cheesemaking. They are hardy and adapted
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