The Khari goat is a significant goat strain of Nepal. It largely found across valleys and the hills in Nepal and appears.
Khari goats are very widespread and may also be located at high mountains’ mid-hills and south.
They are important breeds from the country and represent about 56% of the complete goat population in Nepal.
The Khari goat is principally raised as a meat goat breed.
Khari goat breed information
Khari goat is a small breed of goats with relatively compact body size. They look at wide types of colors.
The main color types are white (Seti), black (Kali), brownish (Khairi), brown mixed with other colors (Ghorli), black and white markings (Singari), and white with black markers (Dhobini). Both does and bucks have horns. And they normally have tails and ears.
The normal body weight of this Khari goat may widely range from 20 to 40 kg.
Khari goat benefits
The Khari goat is an important goat breed of Nepal. It is quite great for meat production. And raised as a meat goat breed.
Khari goats are very energetic and hardy. And they are well adapted to the environments.
They are extremely successful, and also have prolificacy of 1.6 children per kidding. Their kidding span is about 283 days.
There is variation within the Khari goat. Along with the variation tends to encourage the occurrence of several types.
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