Animal Husbandry

Top Most Profitable Goat Breeds: Go for These Species & Increase Your Income from Goat Rearing

Tooba Maher
Tooba Maher
Indian Goat Breeds
Indian Goat Breeds

Goat husbandry is one of the profitable businesses which require low cost, simple housing and low maintenance. It has proved to be a profitable business even with low investment. In this, livestock can earn a significant profit by following the special goat breeds of India. Here we will inform you about some such profitable goat breeds by which you can earn good.

Top Most Profitable Indian Goat Breeds:

1. Beetal Goat:

Beetal breed goats are mainly found in the Batala subdivision of Gurdaspur district of Punjab province. Goats of this breed are also found in areas of Pakistan adjoining Punjab. It has white-white spots on brown or white-white spots on black.

2. Black Bengal Goat:

Black Bengal Goats breed are found in West Bengal, Jharkhand, Assam, North Orissa and Bengal. A small hair of black, brown and white color is found on its body. Most (about 80 percent) goats have black hair. It is of short height. The adult male weighs about 18–20 kg, while the female weighs 15–18 kg.

3. Barbari Goat:

Barbari goat is found mainly in Central and West Africa. Male and female of this breed were brought first by priests in India. It is now available in large numbers in Agra, Mathura and adjoining areas of Uttar Pradesh.

barbari goat
barbari goat

4. Jamnapari Goat:

Jamnapari is the highest and taller than other goat breeds found in India. It is found in Etawah district of Uttar Pradesh and in the area surrounded by Ganga, Yamuna and Chambal rivers. The Jamunapari breed has a special contribution in the development of Anglonuvian goats.

5. Sirohi Goat:

These goats are mainly found in Sirohi district of Rajasthan. It is also found in the border areas of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Goats of this breed are reared for milk production but it is also suitable for meat production. Its body is stumpy and the color is white, brown or a mixture of white and brown. Its nose remains small but bulging. The ear is long. Tail is folded and tail hair is thick and erect. Its body hair is thick and short. This goat produces an average of 1.5 children in a year. Goats of this breed can also be reared without grazing.

sirohi goat
sirohi goat

6. Gaddi Goat:

It is found in Kangda Kullu Valley of Himachal Pradesh. It is raised for Pashmina etc. Its ear is 8.10 cm long. The horns are very sharp. It is also used as a transport.

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