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    BREEDS of goats that can be found in Nigeria include Sokoto Red, Bornu Red, West African long-legged goat, West African Dwarf (WAD) goat, Kano Brown, Bauchi type, etc, and lately, Kalahari Red,
    Breeds. One of the first decisions about raising goats is which breed or breeds to raise. As a beginning goat producer, you need to identify specific breeds by name, appearance, and general characteristics. Note that the characteristics listed are what the breed is known for, but within each breed there is a great deal of individual variation.
    Pygmies are bred to be "cobby" and heavy boned. Dwarves are bred to have the length of body and structure, in proportion, of a dairy goat. Dwarf goats come in many colors. Main color families are black, chocolate and gold. Random white markings are common, as are spots and other color combinations such as red, white, gold and black.
    LaMancha Goat. The LaMancha goat is a dairy goat breed that was developed in the United States and it is an excellent milk breed. They are sturdy, hardy and basically adaptable to most climates and terrains. They have a very unique appearance as they have very small ears that come in two distinctive forms the "elf ear" and the "gopher ear".
    Nigerian dwarf, Maradi, Pygmy, Boer, Saanen, Nubians etc. are very suitable for farming according to the weather of Nigeria. Housing For commercial goat production you should keep your goats in clean pens which is free of dampness, drafts and pests like flies and rodents. As, goats are small sized animal they also require adequate fencing.
    Examples of Nigeria breeds are; Nigerian dwarf. Maradi. Pygmy. Boer. Saanen. Nubians. LaMancha. Alpine. Oberhasli Boer etc. It is recommended that you should buy at least two bucks (male goat) and many does (female goats). This is highly essential. The does give birth to more goats, and these helps in the increase of the numbers of your goat.
    The three breeds of goat in Nigeria - Sahel (Sh), Red Sokoto (RS) and West African Dwarf (WAD) - are described. The performance of the latter two is illustrated in the tables.
    Nigerian dwarf goats are one of the smallest breeds, weighing around 20 pounds. Pygmy goats weigh between 53 and 86 pounds. Nubian goats weigh can up to 250 lbs. Boer goats can weigh up to 300 lbs. Domestic goats can be any color and each breed registry generally has breed standards that describe the desired appearance and color for that breed.
    In a traditional system in the Zaria area in northern Nigeria 64.6 per cent of families own goats, average flock size being 19.2 in the range of 2 to 70. In the Zaria area flock structures are 79.3 per cent females (45.8 per cent with 1 or more pairs permanent incisors) and 20.6 per cent males (2.2 per cent with 1 or more pairs permanent incisors) with a ratio of breeding males to females of 1.0:19.7,
    The ears are upright. The coat is soft with short to medium hair. Any color or combination of colors is acceptable, although the silver agouti pattern and color are a moderate fault (Pygmy goat-specific markings). The ideal height of Nigerian Dwarf goats is 17″ to 19″ for does with does up to 21″ allowed in the breed standard.
    There is an evidence of brucellosis (9.6%) in Wukari L.G.A, Taraba State, and age is a risk factor for the disease in the study area, and there is a need to enlighten the public on the zoonotic potentials and economic impacts of bru cellosis. A cross-sectional study was conducted in Wukari, Taraba state, Nigeria, to determine the prevalence of Brucella antibodies and the risk factors SHEEP AND GOATS IN THE TROPICS . 1588 a meat animal in North and sub-Saharan Africa (Wilson, 1985), but throughout the Near . East sheep are a major source of dairy products (Gordin, 1980; Devendra, 1981). Sensibly, many tropical sheep breeds do not grow wool; hair sheep, raised for meat only, are prevalent
    There is an evidence of brucellosis (9.6%) in Wukari L.G.A, Taraba State, and age is a risk factor for the disease in the study area, and there is a need to enlighten the public on the zoonotic potentials and economic impacts of bru cellosis. A cross-sectional study was conducted in Wukari, Taraba state, Nigeria, to determine the prevalence of Brucella antibodies and the risk factors SHEEP AND GOATS IN THE TROPICS . 1588 a meat animal in North and sub-Saharan Africa (Wilson, 1985), but throughout the Near . East sheep are a major source of dairy products (Gordin, 1980; Devendra, 1981). Sensibly, many tropical sheep breeds do not grow wool; hair sheep, raised for meat only, are prevalent
    0.01, 0.03 and 0.37 in cattle, sheep and goats, respectively). KEYWORDS: Bunaji cattle, milk composition, Red Sokoto goats, Yankasa sheep. INTRODUCTION The majority of milk consumed throughout the world is bovine in origin, although in some countries sheep and goats are the common sources. In Nigeria, the most common breeds of cattle, sheep and

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