• These animals are horned and bearded.
• There are numerous breeds, many forms and colors, some hornless.
• They are nimble and aggressive.
• Various types are used for milk, meat, wool.
• They can live and get food in areas not accessible to other domestic animals.
• Herds can become detrimental to soil, native flora and fauna.
La Mancha Goat
• Dairy goat noted for its much reduced external ears.
• Medium sized and generally calm, quiet, and gentle temperament.
• Developed in the 1930's in Oregon by Eula F. Frey when she crossed some short-eared goats believed to have Spanish blood in them with her outstanding Swiss and Nubian Bucks.
• This breed produces milk with high butterfat.
• Excellent dairy temperament and an all-around sturdy animal that can withstand a great deal of hardship and still produce.
• The La Mancha goat comes in just about any color.