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The Golden Guernsey is a rare breed of goatrnfrom the Bailiwick of Guernsey on the Channel Islands. In 1965 the GoldenrnGuernsey was exported to Great Britain and the English Golden Guernsey Club, later to become the Golden Guernsey Goat Society, wasrnformed.

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Golden Guernsey goats are gold colored, of course, ranging from pale blondrnto deep bronze. They are smaller and more fine-boned than other British milkingrngoats, and they vary greatly in coat length. The males are sometimes horned butrnthe vast majority are not. They are generally very docile and friendly. Thernmales have been said to be unusually smelly.

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The goat is efficient milking livestock for its relatively small size,rnproducing an average yield of 3.16 kilograms of milk per day; this is less thanrnmost Swiss goats, but the milk's high butterfat and protein content (3.72% andrn2.81%, respectively) makes up for the small yield.

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