Tag: french alpine goats
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
The Oberhasli goat is a brown-and-black dairy goat that originates in the Swiss Alps. Wethers make great pack goats. The breed is valued for its calm nature and naturally polled
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Alpine goats have existed as a breed for thousands of years – learn about the historical background of these popular dairy goats.
French Alpine goats are a landrace in the Swiss Alps: a hardy, agile breed adapted well to the rocky, dry landscape.
Researchers use goat images and recordings to test goat recognition of emotions in others. Five goat behavior studies are presented at a yearly international ethology conference.
The loss of livestock genetic diversity is a worldwide concern, especially in cattle genetics. When breeding goats we need to ensure that we maximize genetic variation in our flocks and
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