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The livestock farm located in Fatehpur, Sikar ...


In Indian state of Rajasthan was constructed in October 2011 and was officially inaugurated by the local MLA BharuKhan and Senior Yaqub Haji on 30 April 2012. The farm was nominated to be part of "Faces of Transformation" program by Nations United for its humanitarian and education project 'Empower rural India through Goat farming via social media'. Qureshi farm represented India from the 11 projects selected worldwide. Initiated by Akbar Khan Qureshi and supported by social media fans, the project was awarded as the Top 3 humanitarian projects worldwide for the year 2012.



Indian Goat Breeds


Sirohi:

The breed is also known by other names such as Devgarhi, Parbatsari, and Ajmeri. Sirohi goat are dual-purpose animals, which are reared for both milk and meat, according to Prof. R.K. Nagda, Officer-in-Charge, Livestock Research Station (LRS), Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture & Technology, Udaipur, Rajasthan. The animals are popular for their weight gain and better lactation even under poor quality rearing conditions. The animals are resistant to major diseases and are easily adaptable to different climatic conditions. Though the main breeding tracts ofSirohi goat are situated in the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan, they are also widely distributed in several other Indian states. The kidding is 90% single and 10% twins. And the lactation can last for 90 days and average to 0.75–1 kg/day for a good does.


Jamunapari:

The Jamunapari is known as the best dairy goat in India. The Punjabi Beetal Buck It is also the tallest breed and commonly known as the "Pari" in its area of origin-the "home tract"-because of its majestic appearance. Its home tract and natural habitat is the Chakarnagar area of the Etawah district in the State of Uttar Pradesh, along the delta of the Jamuna and Chambal Rivers, and the Bhind district of the State of Madhya Pradesh along the Kwari River, east of New Dehli and not far from the famous Taj Mahal at Agra. Barbari Buck You will be lucky to find a pure breed grazing other than government farms. Endangered, this breed is in serious need of conservation. The kidding is after 18 months and usually single.

Beetal:

Beetal, a dual purpose goat is found in Gurdaspur and Amritsar district of Punjab. It is also known as Amritsari goat. Beetal is considered to be a good milker with large body size and high fecundity. The skin of these goats is considered to be of high quality because of larger size and yield finest leather such as Velour, Suedeand Chamois for manufacturing clothes, shoes and gloves. Beetal goat has been widely used for improvement of local goats throughout the country. These goats are also adapted to stall feeding and thus preferred for intensive goat farming. Animal Genetics, Indian Council of Agriculture Research Sojat Does.

Barbari:

The Barbari is a meat type breed that is found in Mathura District of Uttarpradesh, as well as Gujarat in India and Jhelum and Sargodha districts in Punjab Province, Pakistan. They are a small size and their color is white creamy to golden. Spotted animals also come across. Their meat conformation is considered good. Triple kidding and early maturity are common features of these goats.Muhammad Tahir, Associate Professor, Department of Animal Breeding & Genetics,University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan.

Sojat:

Sojat Goats are found in Rajasthan. Famous for white color and good height and health. Sojat goat is cross breed of Jamunapari goats from Uttar Pradesh. The characteristic of goat is White in color, without horn and pink skin. The breed is very well suitable for stall feed goat farming in India. Famous for Eid goats in India, people like Sojat goats for Bakri Eid Festival. The breed is used mainly for meat purpose in India. The milk yield is relatively small, about 0.5 kg per day, with an average milk yield of 65 kg over a 120 day lactation period. Usually doe kids twice in 14 months, giving birth to single in 70% while twins in 30% cases.

Exotic Goat Breeds

Australian Boer:

Boer goats are the only goats in the world bred specifically for meat production. They were developed in South Africa over the past 50 years from indigenous goats with resistance to a wide range of diseases and adapted to harsh environments ranging from the deserts to the tropics and also cold climates. The improved Boer Goat in southern Africa has shown that it can survive longer in droughts and poor grazing conditions than other goats. The dressing percentage of Boers is high compared with other goats and yields from 48 to 60% edible meat. Boer Goats give lean, high quality meat which is tender, juicy and flavoursome. Boers provide larger, higher quality skins which fetch better market prices compared with local goat skins

Saanen:

Saanen goats are a white or cream-colored breed of goat, named for the Saanen valley in Switzerland. Saanens are the largest of the goat dairy breeds. Does typically weigh 150 lb (68 kg) or more, with bucks weighing over 200 lb (91 kg). The Saanen breed also produces the most milk on average, and tends to have a lower butterfat content, about 2.5%–3.0%. A Saanen nanny produces around an average of 1 gallon (3.8 litres) a day.

Damascus:

The Damascus goat, also known as Aleppo, Halep, Baladi, Damascene, Shami, or Chami, is a breed of goat raised in Syria and Lebanon. It is a dual purpose breed.


Boer:

The best meat breed in the world and the one in utmost demand by breeders. The breed is know for its quick weight gain and the higher meat to bone ratio. The cross with Sirohi is doing well in India. It is a meat breed.