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Learning the Different

Breeds of Goats

Are You Ready to Learn?

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Instructions

Read Carefully!

This activity will walk you through the different

breeds of goats. Read all captions, explanations,

and information to successfully complete the activity.

Pay close attention, you will be quizzed on your

learned knowledge at the end of the activity!

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Objectives

At the end of this activity students will be able

to identify the different breeds of goats with

100% accuracy.

Are you ready to learn?

Start Now!

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Alpine

Toggenburg

Saanen

Nubian

Oberhasli

Lamancha

Nigerian Dwarf

Pygmy

Boer

Angora

Start Quiz

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Alpines

The French Alpine originated in

the Alps. They were brought to

the US from France. No distinct

color has been established,

however they usually range from

shades of gray/silver and black

and white.

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Toggenburg

The Toggenburg originated in

Switzerland in the Toggenburg

Valley. Their color ranges from

light fawn to dark chocolate with

white accenting the legs and face.

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Saanen

The Saanen goat originated in

Switzerland in the Saanen Valley.

They are the largest of the dairy

goat breeds and produce the most

milk. Saanens can only be white

with no other coloration.

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Fun Fact!!

Do you enjoy learning about and working with

goats? There are many different careers in the goat

industry and other livestock industries. To learn

more about careers in livestock, visit

http://www.ncsu.edu/majors-careers/do_with_major_in/showmajor.php?id=83

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Nubian

The Nubian was developed in

Great Britian. Nubians are known

for being able to live in hot climates.

Nubians can be any color, pattern, or

combination. However they are

distinguished by their Roman Nose.

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Oberhasli

The Oberhalsi is an very old breed

of dairy goat from the Canton of

Berne in Switzerland. They can only

a certain color; a warm reddish

brown accented with black stripes on

legs, body, and face. Oberhalis may

also be pure black.

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Lamancha

The Lamancha is a relatively new breed of goat. It was first bred in Oregon. They are perhaps the most distinctive breed of goats easily recognizable by their very short ears. They may be any color combination.

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Fun Fact!!

Have you ever wondered what the difference is

between a sheep and a goat? They look so similar

but why are they different species? To learn more

and discover the answers, visit

http://www.sheep101.info/sheepandgoats.html

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Nigerian Dwarf

The Nigerian dwarf is a miniature goat breed of West African ancestry. The Nigerian Dwarf was originally brought to the US as a food source for large cats such as lions. Nigerians can be any color combination however they may not exceed 21 inches tall.

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Pygmy

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The Pygmy goat is a small breed of goat primarily used for pets. They tend to be more robust or stockier than Nigerian Dwarfs. They also can be any color combination and may only be 23 inches tall.

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Boer

The Boer goat originated in South Africa in the early 1900’s for meat production. They were brought to the US in the early 1990’s. They like the Nubian, have a roman nose and pendulous ears. They are the most efficient breed of goats in terms of meat production.

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Angora

The Angora originated in Ankara, Turkey. Angora goats produce lustrous fiber known as Mohair (similar to wool in sheep). They can be easily distinguished by their mohair and “sheep dog” appearance.

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Quick Review

Nigerian Dwarf

Alpine

Pygmy

Lamancha

Angora

Nubian

Boer

Saanen

Oberhasli

Toggenburg

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Quick Application

What type of goats are these?

Meat? Or Dairy?

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Incorrect!

Sorry Try Again!

Remember these are bigger

boned goats, which have a lot of muscle

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Correct!

Great Job!!!

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Quick Application

What type of goats are these?

Meat? Or Dairy?

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Correct!

Great Job!!!

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Incorrect!

Sorry Try Again!

Remember these lighter framed goats not good for meat consumption

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Quiz Time!!

Now that you know and understand

the different breeds it’s time to test

your knowledge! Are you ready?

Yes, I want to start the quiz!

No I’d like to review one more time.

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Question 1:

What breed of goat is this?

Lamancha

Toggenburg

Oberhasli

Alpine

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

Remember this breed is the

only “earless breed”

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Question 2:

What breed of goat is this?

Boer

Toggenburg

Nigerian Dwarf

Alpine

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

This breed is a newer breed

that is used for meat production.

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Question 3:

What breed of goat is this?

Angora

Saanen

Alpine

Lamancha

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

Remember this breed is the

only completely white breed

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Question 4:

What breed of goat is this?

Angora

Saanen

Nubian

Lamancha

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

This breed is used for fiber production.

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Question 5:

What breed of goat is this?

Pygmy

Saanen

Nigerian Dwarf

Oberhasli

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

This is the miniature breed that

Is used for dairy products.

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Question 6:

What breed of goat is this?

Pygmy

Alpine

Nigerian Dwarf

Saanen

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

This is the miniature breed

used for meat production.

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Question 7:

What breed of goat is this?

Alpine

Nubian

Oberhasli

Saanen

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

Remember this is the a rust

colored breed that can also be black.

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Question 8:

What breed of goat is this?

Alpine

Nubian

Oberhasli

Saanen

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

This is the only dairy goat breed

with pendulous ears.

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Question 9:

What breed of goat is this?

Nigerian Dwarf

Nubian

Alpine

Saanen

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

This is the dairy breed that

can be any color and originated in

the French Alps.

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Question 10:

What breed of goat is this?

Nigerian Dwarf

Toggenburg

Alpine

Oberhasli

REVIEW

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You Are

Correct!!

Proceed to the next question

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OH NO!!!

Try Again

Remember this breed can only

be this gray color and is a dairy breed.

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Great Job!

You have identified all the

breeds of goats correctly!

Now you are an expert at

goat breeds and can teach

all of your friends!

References

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References

http://home.earthlink.net/~lureynolds/breeds.html

http://www.sheep101.info/sheepandgoats.html

http://www.ncsu.edu/majors-careers/do_with_major_in/showmajor.php?id=83