The Daera Din Panah is a dairy goat bred and domesticated in the Muzaffargarh and Multan regions in Pakistan. This Punjab-raised breed is larger than most dairy goats. Their bodies are well-developed and covered with long black hair. They have long, twisted and droopy ears adjacent to short, spiral horns. They have prominent teats and udders, and their average milk production is 2.5 liters per day.