Sojat goat is a meat goat breed stem in Rajasthan in India. It is cross-legged from a different strain called the Jamunapari goat.
Sojat goat is raised for meat production. And its milk yield is low. The breed is located between the belt of several areas of Rajasthan and Sojat, Phalodi Jodhpur.
The popularity of meat goat farming company is growing daily. Along with the requirement of meat goat strains is increasing. Sojat goat strain is found in countries of India. The breed is sacrificed throughout the festival, such as the Bakri-Eid.
Sojat Goat Characteristics
Sojat goat is a thick breed and quite acceptable for meat production. They have many similarities with the Jamunapari goat.
They have horizontal very long and dropping ears. They have a thin and short tail. Both does and bucks are located without a horn.
The does have constructed udder which is round in shape with big conical teats. Bucks are bigger in size compared to does and are very beautiful. The coat color of Sojat goat has several variants. But they are white in color.
On average, adult bucks weigh about 50-60 kg and does about 40-50 kg.
Sojat Goat Advantages
Sojat goats are mainly increased as a meat goat breed. They are heavy in proportion and appropriate for meat production.
Sojat goats are famed for their good height, health and for their most common white coat color.
They are very appropriate for the stall-fed goat cultivation method.
The strain is not acceptable for profitable milk production. Their average daily milk yield varies from 1 to 1.5 liter per lactation period per day.
Sojat doe children twins in every 12-14 months.
And also the does give birth to single in many cases (roughly 60% ). Twins are also common, about 40 percent instances.
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