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Goinget, or Goinge, goats originally from Sweden, are not bred for how much milk or meat they produce. Their breeding selection is quite random except for the efforts to not breed animals that are too closely related. This however is not an easy task since all Goinge goats come from the same two pregnant goats found in the area around Tyringe, south of Sweden. "The Society of the Peasantry Goat" or in Swedish: "Foreningen Allmogegeten" has created a gene bank so they can control the breeding of the Goinge Goat. 

They originated from a type of goat that was common all over the south of Sweden in the 19th century. This goat is usually horned and is typically gray, brown, white, or pied (multi-colored). The hair on this breed is usually long. 


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