Nubian Barnyard Friends Intro
The Anglo-Nubian Goat breed originated in England as a cross between the Old English Milch Goat and the Zariby and Nubian bucks imported from India, Russia, and Egypt.

One-year-old African Nubian goats with their distinctive long ears.

The Nubian head is the distinctive breed characteristic, with the facial profile between the eyes and the muzzle being strongly convex (Roman nose). The ears are wide, pendulous and long, extending at least one inch (2.54 cm) beyond the muzzle when held flat along the face.

Nubians are considered a dairy, or dual-purpose dairy-meat, breed. Nubians are known for a high butterfat yield in their milk, 5 percent or more butterfat content.

References: American Dairy Goat Association

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