Humans have kept and used goats for a long time, but in modern times there has been greater awareness of their potential and beneficial contribution and advantages, and these advantages include all types of goats such as the most expensive goats or Hijazi or American or African goats or others, and goats can adapt to harmful and difficult climates And the ability to survive for long periods in drought is better than other livestock, and goats are small in size and produce meat and milk well at the same time.
This goat is a strain of a goat that originated in ancient times in the Angora region of Asia Minor. This goat felt silky so it is used in trade. Angora was widely imported to Europe by the mid-eighteenth century, and the trade of these goats led to the development of the Western Mohair industry. This was followed by the import of Angora goats to the United States soon after, as the development of these goats was concentrated in Texas and the Southwest.
This goat is in South Africa, and it is the most productive goat in the world, and millions of Boer goats are raised throughout South Africa as well as in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and other places, and they are raised a lot because of their size and their ability to gain rapid weight, and goats are famous Boyer gives birth twice in three years, often carrying twins and sometimes triplets.
3.La mancha Goats
La Mancha is an American strain of dairy goat known for its two large ears. The strain was developed in the early twentieth century on the western coast of the United States from short-legged goats, and is believed to be a strain of goats that Spanish missionaries brought to California. These goats were raised and produced several other strains Among them, including the Nubian goats and the alpine goats, until a distinct breed of American La Mancha was developed.
This goat breed is native to Africa but it is also found in India and the Middle East since ancient times. Imported Nubian goats occupied a prominent position in crossbreeding with English varieties in the nineteenth century. Anglo-Nubians were developed during this period.
Oberhasli is a breed of goats that produces dairy in abundance in Switzerland, the most famous type of which is called the chamois, because of its short shiny reddish hair, and these goats have black markings on the mouth and forehead, with a black strip extending lower back to the tail, black belly, black legs Down the knees.
Saanen is a popular breed of goat that originated in the Saanen Valley in Switzerland, and the light feathered Sannin tends to white, has a straight face and straight ears, and the Saanin weighs about 65 kg (143 lbs), and Sannin milk like other goat milk is more digestible than cow’s milk So it is highly valued in Europe and the United States.
This goat breed originated in the Toggenburg Valley in Switzerland, and is the oldest breed of milk-producing goats in the United States as well. These goats have proven to be highly adaptable, characterized by a relatively small body, with brown and white ears, white stripes below the face and white legs Often, as with other goats, Togenburg’s milk is whiter and more digestible than cow’s milk.
These goats are a powerful wild species of the Capra genus in the Bovidae family, which is found in the mountains of Europe, Asia and Northeast Africa.
These goats from the Bovidae family, formerly found throughout the mountains from Kashmir and Turkestan to Afghanistan, inhabited by the two-horned moored in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and Marghour C. Heptnieri is located in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan.
All subspecies of this goat are considered threatened with extinction, the cause of which is habitat loss, overfishing of meat and more, and the rogue length is about 95-102 cm (37-40 in), and has long key-shaped horns of up to 160 cm (63 in) , And this goat felt reddish brown in summer, and gray in winter.