British Alpine Goats
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British Alpine goats were developed in Great Britian in the early 1900s. The first British Alpines arrived in Australia in 1958 and have since been up graded using Saanen and Toggenburg does.

British Alpine goats are tall, rangy and graceful. British Alpines are black with white markings. Their coat is generally short, fine and glossy. However bucks often have longer hair. They are best suited to temperate climates and perform poorly in regions with high humidity.

The does are good milk producers, with an average fat yield of four percent. They also exhibit a tendency towards good winter milking and have an extended lactation period.


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