The Corsican goat breed is known by another name of Corse. It has long hair and obviously comes from the Corsica Island. It is meant for milk production and found in a wide array of colors.
The goat breed from this island symbolizes the places genuine inheritance and served as a valuable resource of goat genes. It was just recent when goats from the island went through genetic studies so as to make the domestication process truly comprehensible. They are left to graze freely in the rocky surroundings within the island.
In the last 8 decades, the population of the Corsigan goat breeds has decreased to 30,000 from a huge number of 200,000.