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Jamunapari
Jamnapari (or Jamunapari) is a breed of goat originating from Indian subcontinent. Since 1953 they have been imported to Indonesia (popular as Etawa goat, and its mixture with a local goat called "PE", peranakan Etawa or Etawa mix) where they have been a great success. It is bred for both milk and meat. The name is derived from the river Jamna Par in Uttar Pradesh, India. This breed is one of the ancestors of the American Nubian n India there were an estimated 580,000 of the breed in the 1972 census, although less than 5000 were thought to be purebred.
Birthplace
Uttarpradesh
Weight (Kg)
100-70
Milk (Ltr)
3
Beetal
The Beetal is a breed used for meat and milk production. Found in Punjab, Pakistan and India, the Beetal is usually red, black or pied with pendulous ears. The Beetal is found throughout the state of Punjab and Haryana. True-bred animals are however found in the districts of Gurdaspur, Amritsar and Ferozepur in Punjab. The breed is a good dairy type, second to Jamunapari in size but is superior to it in respect to proliferation and adaptability to various agro climatic zones and also to stall feeding
Birthplace
Punjab
Weight (Kg)
90-60
Milk (Ltr)
2.5
Sirohi
Compact medium-sized animals. Coat color predominantly brown with light or dark brown patches' a very few individuals are completely white. The body is covered fairly densely with hair which is short and coarse. The hair grows at the rate of about 2 cm annually. Ears are flat and leaf like, medium sized and drooping. Both sexes have small horns, curved upward and backward. On average, the birth weight is about 2.0 kg. The age at first kidding is 19-20 months and the litter size is one kid per birth. The breed is wel suited to stall feeding.
Birthplace
Rajasthan
Weight (Kg)
90-60
Milk (Ltr)
2
Karoli
Karoli goats are know as Kota and they are famous for their horns. Good hight goats in black color with brown border lines on their body Here is a large variation in color but the typical Jamnapari is white with patches of tan on the neck and head. Their heads tend to have a highly convex nose, which gives them a parrot-like appearance. They have long flat drooping ears which are around 25 cm long. Both sexes have horns. The udder has round, conical teats and is well developed.They also have unusually long legs.
Birthplace
Rajasthan
Weight (Kg)
80-50
Milk (Ltr)
1.5
Malabari
The breed is reared mainly for meat purpose and their skin is popular with the tanning industry. Kerala Agricultural University has undertaken cross-breeding programmed with Alpine and Saanen for improving reproduction and milk yield. The average milk yield of this breed is 100-190 kg with a lactation period of 180-210 days. The animals are medium in size. They have no uniform color which varies from completely white to full black. 30% goats are long haired. All males and a small number of females are bearded.
Birthplace
Kerala
Weight (Kg)
40-30
Milk (Ltr)
1
Osmanabadi
Osmanabadi breed shows a very efficient reproductive performance and resistance against diseases not only in well managed semi stall feeding system but also in severe drought conditions. The age at the first kidding is around 15 months with the lactation length of around 130 days. The dressing percentage varies from 50- 55 %. In favorable conditions the does will breed twice a year, twinning is common and the milk yield ranged form 700 gm to 1500 gm. In the end the leather of osmanabadi goat is fairly of good quality and its meat is preferred by majority of the rural .
Birthplace
Maharashtra
Weight (Kg)
60-40
Milk (Ltr)
1
Barbari
The total goat population in the Barbari distribution area, according to the 1972 census, was 0,444 m, of which 0,028 m adult males and 0,270 m adult females. Officials of the State Animal Husbandry Department state that Barbari goats true to breed number only about 30000. The breed, quite important for milk and meat, is a dwarf breed highly suited for rearing under restrained and stall-feeding conditions. In addition to being a good milkier, it is highly prolific. Considering the number of animals reported, there is serious need for undertaking conservation measures.
Birthplace
Uttarpradesh
Weight (Kg)
40-25
Milk (Ltr)
1
Attapadi Black
The Attappady hills of Western Ghats are located in the north eastern part of Palakkad district of Kerala. This region is inhabited by some of the major tribal communities of the State known as Irulas, Mudukas and Kurumbas. The tribal economy is mainly dependent on goat rearing and some agricultural activities. The local goat variety evolved and developed solely by these tribes over the ages are medium sized, lean slender bodied and black in color.
Birthplace
Kerala
Weight (Kg)
40-25
Milk (Ltr)
0.5