These goats are characterized by their rich black color or are bay in color with clear black spotting on their bodies.
The Oberhasli can be raised all year round and it produces rich and nutritious milk with a butterfat content of 3.6 percent.
As the name suggests, this goat breed originated in Africa and precisely in Nigeria. Though the Nigerian Dwarfs are tiny small goats, they are known for their great milk produce content.
These goats can give up to 3 – 4 pounds of milk a day. These goats can be raised all year long and produce milk with a rich butter fat content of approximately 6 percent. Unfortunately, the greatest downside with this goats is their difficulty to milk.
The Nubian is an old goat breed that was first bred in the 1920s – 1930s in England. These goats are great for producing rich dairy produce with an approximate 5 percent butterfat all year long. If fed well and well taken care of, these goats can produce 0.5 – 1.5 gallons of milk a day.
Nubians are also known as Anglo-Nubians, they are usually big goats with Pendulum like ears and a Roman nose. Though the Nubian is considered a seasonal breeder, it can produce all year long.