goats come from northeastern India and throughout Bangladesh. They are a small meat
and dairy goats. The Black Bengal is a prolific breed and while usually black
it is also found in brown, white, or gray. They have a short coat and ears and
are bearded. They have small horns and short legs. An adult male goat weights
about 25 to 30 kg and female 20 to 25 kg.
They are poor at
milk production, but they produce high-quality meat
They are very
popular in Bangladesh because of they don’t
need much food and they have a very high baby production rate: females become
pregnant twice a year and give birth to 2–3 baby goats every time. They also
can adapt to most environments easily and they are very healthy.