Bionda dell’Adamello is a dairy goat breed. It is mostly kept for milk production. But the breed is also suitable for wool and beef production.
The Bionda dell’Adamello goats are lovely animals, typically with great behavior. Exactly the are good milk producers.
Average milk production of them doesn’t 303 361 ± 122 liters nannies, for pluriparous, also ± 108 liters for second porous. Milk of the Bionda dell’Adamello goat is of good quality.
Their milk average comprises about 3.16 percent fat and about 2.97 percentage protein.
Bionda dell’Adamello goat is really a gorgeous medium to the large-sized breed of goat.
It has a coat color with shades ranging from light brown to blond. Their underbelly is white, extending from the torso also contains the inner buttocks.
There are two white streaks on the head extended from ear to snout assault. Their hair is long.
Both bucks and does are usually citrus and have horns.
Bodyweight of those bucks is about 70-75 kg, and the bodyweight of the does is roughly 55-60 kg.
Bionda dell’Adamello breed information and Origin
The Bionda dell’Adamello goat is a breed of domestic goat raised primarily for milk production.
The strain is also referred to as Mustàscia, Bionda, or even Adany. It is a native breed by the Val Camonica in the state of Brescia, in Lombardy in northern Italy.
Bionda dell’Adamello goat takes its name from a portion of this Adamello-Presanella subsection of the Rhaetian Alps, the massif of the Adamello, and by the color of the hair Boinda in Italian which means Fair of it.
But the breed is maintained mainly from the Val Saviore the Val Camonica along with the hills of Brescia. And some goats are located in the neighboring areas of the provinces of Bergamo to the east to the west and also Trento.
Bionda dell’Adamello goat breed appears to be of ancient origin. It shares some features with the Swiss Toggenburg goat (notably the Swiss markers with white facial stripes, white lower limbs, and peri-anal place ).
The breed was available and established to the area ahead of the importation of Toggenburg bucks. Even the Bionda dell’Adamello goat is one of those 43 autochthonous Italian goat strains of distribution for which a herdbook is retained.
The herdbook is maintained from the Associazione Nazionale Della Pastorizia – and goat-breeders also was activated in 1997.
The registered population of this Bionda dell’Adamello goat has been originally reported at the end of 2013 is around 3000.
Now the breed is used for milk production.
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