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M.R.Goat Farm

Goat farming is very suitable for making profits. They are fast growing and very easily managed. They require very less care and maintenance compared to any other livestock animals. Goats are said to be the main meat producing animals in India.

M.R Goat farm is located in Aurangabad. We deal in farming, breeding and training in all types of goats throughout Maharashtra. We trade a wide assortment of contrasting types of goat breeds keeping in mind the huge demand in the market. Our motto is to provide hygienic and quality breeds with adapting standards, natural and scientific methods alongside providing best service to the end users. Our supply in Aurangabad city of goats which is available in various breeds is for meat and Qurbani purpose.

The breeds that are available in our farm are: Sirohi : - Sirohi District of Rajasthan and Palampur in Gujarat. Breed Characteristics Size (Average) Adult Male Adult Female Compact medium-sized animals. Coat color predominantly brown with light or dark brown patches' a very few individuals are completely white. The body is covered fairly densely with hair which is short and coarse. Boer : - The Boer goat was developed in South Africa in the early 1900s for meat production. Their name is derived from the Dutch word "Boer" meaning farmer. The Boer goat was probably bred from the indigenous goats of the Namaqua Bushmen and the Fooku tribes, with some crossing of Indian and European bloodlines being possible. They were selected for meat rather than milk production; due to selective breeding and improvement, the Boer goat has a fast growth rate and excellent carcass qualities, making it one of the most popular breeds of meat goat in the world.

Surti : - The white goat is distributed in Surat and Baroda. The breed is know to be a good dairy breed and is good for maintenance under complete confinement and stall feeding conditions. They are most economic to rear as they can live on leaves or on food waste thus brings higher feed efficiency ratio. Alpine : - Originated in the Alps, probably from crossing Swiss Alpine breeds with British goats. Color varies from black to white to black. They may be horned or polled, when present are of the scimitar (curved) type.

Sojat : - Its home is between the belt of Sojat, Aau (Phalodi), Pipar, Jodhpur and other small part of Rajasthan, India. Sojat breed is cross of Jamunapari and say this is a kind of Jamunapari Goats. There is a great variation in coat color but they are generally white in color, and occasionally patches of tan or black are found on the body. The weight of Sojat goats are very heavy and good for meat purpose.

Jamunapuri : - Its home is between Jamuna, Ganges and Chambal Rivers of U.P. There is a great variation in coat color but they are generally white or light yellowish tan with light brown spots on the neck and face, and occasionally patches of tan or black are found on the body. The typical character of the breed is a highly convex nose line with a tuft of hair known as 'Roman nose' or parrot mouth appearance.

Barbari : - The breed is a promising dairy type goat which has probably originated in the city of Barbera in British Somali land in East Africa. In India the breed is distributed at Etawah, Agra, Mathura and Aligarh districts of U.P. and Bharatpur district of Rajasthan. In addition to being a good milkier it is highly prolific and generally give birth to twin and triplets. It is dwarf breed highly suited for stall-feeding conditions and hence generally found in the cities.

Beetle : - The Beetal is found throughout the state of Punjab and Haryana. True-bred animals are however found in the districts of Gurdaspur, Amritsar and Ferozepur in Punjab. The breed is a good dairy type, second to Jamunapari in size but is superior to it in respect to proliferation and adaptability to various agro climatic zones and also to stall feeding. Coat color is variable, predominantly black (about 90%) or brown (10%) having spots of different sizes.

Anglo – Nubian : - The breed was derived from the Nubian type goat (Jamunapari and Zaraibi) by crossing with English breeds in the UK in the late 19th century. The Anglo-Nubian is usually a big animal with fine skin, glossy coat, long pendulous ears and Roman nose and forehead.

Saanen : - Originated in West and North-West Switzerland. The goats are large in size with straight nose and erect ears pointed forward and upward. The body has a good dairy conformation and the udder is well developed. It is known as milk queen of the goat world.

Kiko : - The Kiko Goat originated from New Zealand by crossing feral goats with dairy goats in the 1980s. Kiko is actually the Maori word for flesh or meat. They were developed for fast growth, survivability with little input from the producer and their hardiness. Two breed registries serve breeders in North America, the American Kiko Goat Association purchased and owns the original Kiko goat registry in the United States and the International Kiko Goat Association (IKGA) was formed in 2004. The Kiko goat was developed exclusively by Goatex Group Limited, a New Zealand company which has been solely responsible for the breeding of Kiko goats in New Zealand.

Jhakrana :- The breed is found in Jhakrana and few surrounding village near Behror, of Alwar district of Rajasthan. The breed is large and also a good dairy type. Animals are large and predominantly black with white spots on ears and muzzle. These goats are used mainly for milk production. The goats are also useful meat producers, and their skins are popular with the tanning industry.

Toggenburg : - The breed originated from the Toggenburg Valley in north-east Switzerland. These are large goats having long thin neck which are kept erect. The skin of the doe is very soft and pliable.

Osmanabadi :- The goats are mainly distributed at Latur, Tuljapur and Udgir taluks of Osmanabad district of Maharashtra. The goats are large in size. Coat color varies, but mostly it is black (73%) and the rest are white, brown or spotted. Ninety per cent males are horned; females may be horned or poled. The breed is considered useful both for meat and milk.