domestic goat

  1. any of various breeds of goat raised for milk or meat or wool
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  • This would be a tragedy because the bezoar is a resilient wild species that crosses readily with domestic goats, and it could pass on its genetic inheritance for heat, drought, and cold tolerance: disease resistance; and other survival qualities. 1 Microcattle
  • Grouped together in two or three cases, are the sable and other antelopes from the Cape of Good Hope; the algazelle, and the addax and its young from North Africa; the sing-sing, and the koba from Western Africa; the sassaybi; the chamois of the Alps -- the subject of many a stirring mountain song; the goats of North Africa; the strange Siberian ibex; the grue and gorgon from the Cape; varieties of the domestic goat, and the beautiful Cashmere goat. How to See the British Museum in Four Visits
  • There is where the road bends upward and where some domestic goats once got loose and established a wild herd on a rocky ledge.
  • In similar experiments, scientists in Spain have produced live ibex kids from ibex embryos implanted and gestated in domestic goats.
  • Presidential press secretary Jeff Ramsay said the closure of parts of the park followed identification of a highly contagious outbreak of sarcoptic mange among herds of domestic goats and sheep illegally brought into the reserve by bushmen who resisted being relocated. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • In Pakistan's northern uplands, it is not uncommon to find hybrids between domestic goats and the mountain goat known as "markhor" (Capra falconeri). 1 Microcattle
  • These are animals that, along with domestic goats and sheep, have been bred for thousands of years as food.
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