Our buying and selling activities in the live animal trade (breeding Shami Goat)
Breed Characteristics and History
The Shami goat is a native breed of Syria, Lebanon and other Near East countries.
The Shami Goat is a multi-purpose goat historically providing its owner with milk, meat, hair and fine leather. If she receives proper care and quality feed the doe is able to produce large quantities of milk, and many are particularly noted for their ability to kid triplets or even quadruplets.
Additionally, the typical Shami is characterized by an especially noble conformation and bearing that conquers the heart of all that see her.
And finally, her quiet and gentle nature is another important reason that her owner and his family may choose to keep her.
Shami Goat milk
Shami Goat milk has proven to be markedly rich in protein and fat, its quality and composition changing according to the food the doe receives.
The ability to produce milk under the radically, rapidly changing weather conditions between cold to hot and the relatively high amounts of milk solids found in her milk has made the Shami the preferred goat breed of the Middle East
Additional traits of the Shami goat include long legs, long lines in both neck and body, a small Roman-nosed (convex) head, and long ears that hang down from the upper part of the skull; all these contributing to a unique appearance of nobility and pride.
Shami Goat Criteria
– 800kg in a single lactation
– lactation 305 days
– 2 to 3 kids per pregnancy
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