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Published on February 27, 2014

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Animal husbandry, is one of the oldest profession that has been taken up by mankind. This profession has been highly instrumental in providing the mankind with #meat, #milk and leather. Today, there are many scientific techniques that have been introduced in the #animal husbandry, which has made the activity more fruitful and economically successful. #Farming of #goats for milk and meat supply is one such technique.

Animal husbandry, is one of the oldest profession that has been taken up by mankind. This profession has been highly instrumental in providing the mankind with #meat, #milk and leather. Today, there are many scientific techniques that have been introduced in the #animal husbandry, which has made the activity more fruitful and economically successful. #Farming of #goats for milk and meat supply is one such technique. The domestic goat, which is also known as Capra aegagrushircus, was domesticated from the wild goat, when man started settling down and started the development of civilization. It has been suggested that one of the initial attempts of domesticating and rearing goats started in Eastern Europe and Asia. The goat is also one of the animal that has been tamed very easily by mankind. Purposes of Goat Farming Cows and larger cattle is tamed and used on large farms, that are termed as ranches. Earlier, goats were domesticated only by nomads on a very small scale, with very few number of goat farms in operation. Of late

rising food prices, and rising operational costs has led to the development of many goat farms across the world. The advantage of goat farms is the goats are very easy to maintain, and at the same time, they can also be used for multiple profitable purposes. Meat One of the most valuable product that is derived from goats is goat meat. In many nations around the world, goat meat is known as 'mutton'. On the other hand, in nations such as the United States, the meat is known as 'chevon'. It must be noted that chevon or mutton contain much less fat and cholesterol than any other type of meat. The low fat and cholesterol are probably the explanation for the rising demand of goat meat. Goat meat is used in several different recipes in different forms such as stewed, baked, baked grilled and barbecued meat. Rearing them for meat has thus become a very profitable business. Some goat breeds that have gained widespread popularity as a result of their meat are: Boer, from South Africa Kiko, from New Zealand Fainting Goat, Tennessee, United States Dairy Products Goat milk is very nutritious and can be used in many different agroprocessed foods such as butter, cheese and cream. Goat cheese is often termed as chèvre. Goat milk is also often used to make the famous Mexican Cajeta, which is a very sweet drink. The milk of goats is extremely nutritious. It basically contains almost no fats and is a reservoir of proteins. The nutrients that are derived from the goat milk are also healthy and are not stored away by the body as fats. In any rural areas, especially in South East Asia, goats are domesticated by rural populations, for its healthy milk. The basics of farming are provided to many people from rural areas for this purpose. Breeding and boarding of goats for their milk and milk products has thus become a very profitable business in many rural areas.

Fiber There are many other factors that you will need to consider, while framing a business plan for farming. The goats provide us with effective and sturdy fiber. You can also purchase wool bearing goat breeds such as Angora goat and Cashmere goats. The wool that is provided by these goats is very strong and can be used to make woolen clothing. Rearing goat for profit is an upcoming venture that can be used to churn out cheap meat and milk supply. The farming of goats will also involve the breeding, care and welfare of this vital farm animal.

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