About Irish Goats
Goats are long-haired goats from Ireland used for milk, meat, and skins.
Although not native to Ireland, domesticated goats have long been raised in
Ireland. In many areas feral populations have become established as a result of
escapes or deliberate releases from captivity. Iris Goat populations have
persisted in remote and rugged areas which they are ideally adapted - Irish Goats
are nimble-footed on crags and precipitous cliffs. They range widely in colors;
however, they are usually a mixture of grey, black, and brown. Both genders
have horns, but the males have larger horns.