Black Bengal Goat Farming Information Guide

Female Pregnant Black Bengal Goat .

Black Bengal Goat Farming Guide: Introduction of Black Bengal Goat:- Black Bengal goat breed is a small-sized, meat type, early maturing, non-seasonal and prolific breed, in eastern and north eastern regions of India), Bangladesh and also in Pakistan. The Black Bengal goat breed is famous for its quality of meat and leather with high fecundity. Black Bengal goat is also …

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Barbari Goat Farming Information Guide

Black Spotted Barbari Goats.

Barbari Goat Farming Guide:  The following write up explains about Barabari goat farming in India. Introduction of Barbari Goat :- Barbari goat breeds are found in in the districts of Rajasthan, Agra and Aligarh districts of U.P (Uttar Pradesh, and Bharatpur). Barbari Goat Description:- Barbari goats are small animals with compact body. There is wide variation in coat color, but …

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Boer Goat Breed Information Guide

Boer Goat Farming.

Boer Goat Breed Guide: Introduction of Boer Goat:- When it comes to Boer breed, this goat breed was developed in South Africa in the early 1900s for meat production. The name “Boer” is derived from the Dutch word (Afrikaans) which means “farmer”. Generally, Boer goats are famous for their meat production and the commercial breeding of Boer goat is very …

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Surti Goat Breed information Guide

Surti Goat.

Surti Goat Profile:   Introduction of Surti Goat:– Surti is one of the best dairy breed found in India. The name “Surti” is derived from the place called “Surat” in the state of Gujarat. This breed population is very small when compared to other breeds. Surti goat breeds are usually distributed in surrounding areas of Surat, Baroda and Nasik of …

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Jamunapari Goat Breed Information Guide

Jamunapari Male Goat.

Jamunapari Goat Guide: Introduction of Jamunapari Goat:- Jamunapari (Jamnapari)  is one of the beautiful goats originated from Indian subcontinent. These goat breeds also have been imported to Indonesia where this breed became very popular and had commercial success. Basically, the name of “Jamunapari” goat was derived from the river “Jamuna” in the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP). These goats are …

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