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About Maltese GoatsAbout Maltese Goats

Maltese Goats are dairy goats from the east and central Mediterranean area. They originated in Asia Minor, and they get their name from the island of Malta, although the officially there are no pure-bred specimens of the breed in the Maltese islands They are raised mainly in southern Italy, and particularly in the islands of Sicily and Sardinia. They are also found in Greece, Turkey, and the Maghreb.


Maltese goats are long-haired white goats with a raven-black area on the top and sides of their heads and long pendulous black ears that turn outwards at the tip.


In Italy, the Maltese is one of the eight autochthonous Italian goat breeds for which a genealogical herdbook is kept by the Associazione Nazionale della Pastorizia, the Italian national association of sheep- and goat-breeders. The herdbook was established in 1976.The Italian population of the breed was estimated in 1983 to be about 70,000, and in 2005 at 40,000. At the end of 2013 the registered population reported was 1934.


Maltese Goats are valuable dairy goats. The milk has a pleasant taste without an excessively "goaty" odor or flavor. Yield per lactation is 242 ± 87 liters for primiparous, 307 ± 141 l for secondiparous, and358 ± 160 lforpluriparous, nannies; it may reach 500–600 kg in 300 days. The milk has an average of 4.28% fat and 3.66% protein. In Sicily the milk is used to make ricotta and traditional caprino cheeses including Padduni, which has PAT status, and Formaggiu ri crapa.



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