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Alpine

Main features

Within the goat cattle in the Alps, the Alpine goat is the most rustic, adaptable to mild climate and excellent milk production.

The colors of Alpine goats are described in the following terms:

  • Cooblanck: Literally it means white collar with white forequarters and with white or black marks on its head.
  • Cooclair: Literally it means clear neck; forequarters are white and the union of the quarters is black and with black or gray spots on the head.
  • Cou hoir: Literally it means black neck with quarters painted black and the union of the quarters in white.
  • Sundgoow: White and black spots under the collar with white stripes on the face.
  • Pigd: Spotted and speckled.
  • Broken Chamoises: A single colored deer with different color bands.

Origin

The French Alpine breed goats breeds in all areas of France. They are from Swiss and French origin. Today this race is the most extended in France, with 55% of females committed to dairy control.

Productive characteristics

Milk production: average milk production per lactation: 756 kg in 273 days.

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  • Head: It may or may not have scimitar-shaped horns.
  • Ears: Erect (short, pointed and directed forward).
  • Height: Females - 70 cm.; males - 80 cm.
  • Weight: 56 kg adult females and 75 kg. adult males.
  • Profile: straight and prominent orbit.
  • Udder: It must be voluminous, well inserted with the thin, smooth skin, with long nipples.