The Dutch Landrace goat (also referred to as Nederlandse Landgeit) is a breed of domestic goat, but it’s not used for commercial purposes.
The strain can be used for meat, milk or fiber production.
The breed was very rare. There were left 1958, and those two hens were bred with quite similar habitats.
Dutch Landrace goat is a very beautiful, unique appearing and medium-sized goat strain.
It has long hair. It seems in many colors. And all colors are permitted except for its Toggenburg coloration that was typical.
Both bucks and does are horned. Their horns are long, strong, and thick.
The populace of the Landrace goat has improved, and now there are more than a thousand goats maintained by most people of the Dutch Breeders Association of the Landrace Now.
A total number of that Landrace goat is not too much available today.
The original population of this Landrace goat breed was nearly extinct in the middle twentieth century.
But their population is growing. More than a million goats are available.
Currently the strain is not used for commercial purposes.
A herd of 60-120 goats is stored in reserves and utilized to maintain open areas such as moors free of trees.
The breed is one of the goat strains located in the Netherlands.
It’s related to other seaside European “Landrace”-named goat strains. Even the Landrace goat shows great similarity as seen in Scandinavia or even the goats in Great Britain.
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