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Indian Goat Breeds Information Guide

Indian Goat Breeds.

Indian Goat Breeds Guide: Indian Goat Breeds – Introduction to Goat Breeds in India:- As we know goat farming is gaining momentum every year because of high demand of goat meat and goat milk. Goat meat has excellent demand both in domestic and export markets. Goat farming is proven successful business, hence many youngsters are showing interest. However, there are …

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Khari Goat Farming Information Guide

Khari Goat Farming.

Khari Goat Guide: Introduction of Khari Breed: – Well, Khari goats are native to Nepal and these goats are prolific and hardy in nature and mainly raised for meat purpose. This breed is widely spread across Nepal and represents 50% of total goat population in Nepal. Khari goats are distributed in hills and inner valleys. Purpose:– Mainly reared for meat …

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Goat Housing (Shed) Information Guide

Goat Housing.

Goat Housing: Introduction to Goat Housing or Shed:- Goat shed or housing plays important role in any successful commercial goat farming. Based on number of goats, you should plan for goat housing. If you want to start with low numbers of goat and wants to invest less initially, there is an option for going to construct a simple goat shed. …

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Toggenburg Goat Farming Information

Toggenburg Goat Farming.

Toggenburg Goat Farming Guide: Introduction of Toggenburg Goat:- This goat breed is famous for milk production and one of the very popular dairy goats originated in the Toggenburg Valley in north-east Switzerland. These goats are credited as being the oldest known dairy goat breeds in the region. This goat breed performs best in cooler conditions. These goats have known for …

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Kiko Goat Farming Information Guide

Kiko Goat Farming.

Kiko Goat Farming: Introduction of Kiko Goats:- The “Kiko” is a breed of meat goat from New Zealand where Kiko is a Maori word which means a “flesh” or “meat”. It is the breed created by cross-breeding New Zealand local goats with Anglo-Nubian, Toggenburg and Saanen breeds. The best part of these goats is “fast growth”, hardiness to survive in …

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Ganjam Goat Farming Information Guide

Ganjam Goat Farming.

Ganjam Goat Farming: Introduction of Ganjam Goats:- Ganjam goat is one of the Indian goat breeds mostly found in Ganjam district of odhisa and surrounding states like Andhra Pradesh. These goats are also found in some areas of Madhya Pradesh and Kerala. These goats are reared for meat purpose. As goat meat has excellent demand in all states of India, …

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Changthangi Goat Farming Information Guide

Changthangi Goat Farming.

Changthangi Goat Farming: Introduction of Changthangi Goat:- The Changthangi breed also known as “Pashmina goat” and this goat breed is native to cold, arid region of Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, India. Generally, Changthangi goats are reared for their fine wool. However, they can even breed for meat purpose. These goats can survive in very cold temperatures and can live …

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Sangamneri Goat Farming Information Guide

Sangamneri Goat Farming.

Sangamneri Goat Farming: Introduction of Sangamneri Goat:- Sangamneri breed belongs to the home tract of Ahmednagar district in Maharshtra. This goat is also distributed in surrounding districts of Pune, Solapur, Nasik and Dhule. This goat is reared mostly for commercial meat and milk production. Purpose of Sangamneri Goat Farming:- Meat and Milk. Sangamneri Goat Description /Conformation:- Sangamneri breed is a …

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Damascus Goat Farming Information Guide

Damascus Goat Farming.

Damascus Goat Farming: Introduction of Damascus Goat:- The Damascus goats which are also known Shami, or Chami, Aleppo, Halep, Baladi, Damascene is a breed of Syria and Cyprus. However, it is being raised in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian territories as well. Damascus is an excellent goat breed for commercial milk production. Actually we can say this breed …

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Mehsana Goat Farming Information Guide

Mehsana Goat Farming.

Mehsana Goat Farming: Introduction of Mehsana Goat:- Mehsana goat breed is originated from the state of Gujarat, India. This breed name is derived from the place called “Mehsana” in Gujarat. One can find pure Mehsana goat breeds in Gujarat. These goats are mostly found in Gandhi Nagar, Mehsana, Ahmadabad, Banaskantha, Palanur districts of Gujarat and surrounding areas. Commercial goat farmers …

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Saanen Goat Farming Information Guide

Saanen Goat (Male).

Saanen Goat Farming: Introduction of Saanen Goat:- This goat breed is originated in  Saanen Valley of Switzerland. The female Saanen breed is heavy milk producer. These female goats produce 4 to 4.5 liters of milk per day. The fat content in the milk is about 3-4 %.This goat breed is mainly raised for commercial milk production. They are the largest …

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Anglo Nubian Goat Farming Information

Anglo Nubian Goat (Pure bread).

Anglo Nubian Goat Farming: Introduction of Anglo Nubian Goat:- This breed is a multi-purpose breed developed in England by crossing British goats with bucks of African and Indian origin (Jamunapari). Anglo-Nubian goats are also called as “Nubian” and it is the best suited for dairy purpose and very well adapted to hot climatic conditions. Other best part of this breed …

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Jakhrana Goat Farming Information Guide

Jakhrana Goats.

Jakhrana Goat Farming: Introduction of Jakhrana Goat:- Jakhrana goat is a dual-purpose breed raised for meat and milk. Though it is a dual-purpose breed, most of the time it is considered as dairy bread because of good milking skill. This breed has been said to be originated in India. The home tract of this goat is Jakhrana village in alwar …

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Kota Goat Farming (Karoli) Information Guide

Kota Goat (Male).

Kota Goat Farming: Introduction of Kota Goat:- Kota Goats are also knows as “Karoli” and these goat breeds are distributed throughout the States of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Kota goats are being raised or reared for milk, meat and skin production. However, mostly this breed is considered as dairy goat. Kota goat is similar to Beetal goat. Kota goats are famous …

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