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  1. Garganica

    Garganica is a native Italian breed from Gargani which is located in the Province of Foggia to Apulia. It was crossbred to other European goats...
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  2. LaMancha

    Developed in Oregon around the 1930s by Eula F. Frey, she cross bred some Spanish short-eared goats with her Swiss and Nubian bucks. The La Mancha...
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  3. British Alpine

    This goat breed was developed within Great Britain during the early part of the 1900s. It first arrived within Australia way back in 1958 but have...
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  4. Murcia Granada

    The Murcia-Granada goat is Spanish dairy goat breed that is not only domesticated for its milk, but can also be kept as a pet due to its kind...
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  5. Pygora

    This goat breed is raised for fiber production and can come up with three kinds of fleece. They are considered as Cashmere goats. They can be used...
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  6. Angora

    The Angora goat breeds' origins can be traced right back to the earliest times of the history of the Bible. Its most important part is its hair...
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  7. Red Boer

    Bred from the Boer, the Red Boer actually looks very similar to each other. Boer goats have white coats with reddish brown heads, while the Red...
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  8. Jining Grey

    Originally from the Shandong Province, the Jining Grey is distinguished for its striking wavy patterns of its kid-pelt. It is actually a...
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  9. American Lamancha

    Description/review to be added soon.
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  10. Kinder

    This breed of goats makes most milk producers happy. Their usual weight is at 50 pounds. They are good for breeding too since they can produce up...
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  11. Philippine

    In the Philippines, there are actually two goat breeds often seen. The one comes with coarse hair and in cream, light brown or tannish color. The...
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  12. Valais Blackneck

    This is a meat and milk goat breed type found within the southwestern part of Switzerland. It comes with black colors seen on its forequarters and...
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  13. Carpathian

    The Carpathian goat breed also known by the name, Karpacka or Carpatina is found in the southeastern part of Europe. It is used for the production...
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  14. Corsican

    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...
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  15. Surati

    This is a popular goat breed from the Maharashtra region of India. They are of medium size and white in color. Its ears are of medium size too and...
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