South Alive Spanish goats Available

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 Domestic goats are raised all over the world in almost every type of terrestrial biomes. The main habitat requirements for a domestic goat are grass to eat and a clean, ventilated shelter.


Sheep were among the first animals to be domesticated, and they are raised all over the world. Wild sheep also live throughout the world — in the Middle East, Asia, Central Europe and North America — mostly in mountainous areas. Bighorn sheep live in the Rocky Mountain region of North America.


Buffalos lives in swamps and floodplains, as well as mopane grasslands, and the forests of the major mountains of Africa. This buffalo prefers a habitat with dense cover, such as reeds and thickets, but can also be found in open woodland.


domesticated bovine farm animals that are raised for their meatmilk, or hides or for draft purposes. The animals most often included under the term are the Western or European domesticated cattle as well as the Indian and African domesticated cattle. However, certain other bovids such as the USA water buffalo, the Tibetan yak, the gayal and banteng of Southeast Asia, and the plains bison of North America have also been domesticated or semidomesticated and are sometimes considered to be cattle.


In the terminology used to describe the sex and age of cattle, the male is first a bull calf and if left intact becomes a bull; if castrated he becomes a steer and in about two or three years grows to an ox. The female is first a heifer calf, growing into a heifer and becoming a cow. Depending on the breed, mature bulls weigh 450–1,800 kg (1,000–4,000 pounds) and cows 360–1,100 kg (800–2,400 pounds). Males retained for beef production are usually castrated to make them more docile on the range or in feedlots; with males intended for use as working oxen or bullocks, castration is practiced to make them more tractable at work. The use of cattle as commodities has been a point of philosophical contention throughout history, particularly regarding the raising of animals for food. Such issues are compounded by modern concerns about the ethics of industrial factory farming and the contribution of commercial meat production to global warming. (See also livestock farming: Cattlevegetarianism.



Specification

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item


value


Style


Alive


Product Type


Livestock


Type


Goat


Certification


ISO 9001:2008


Weight (kg)


450


Place of Origin


Netherlands


Brand Name


White Sannen Goats


Model Number


ISO 9001:2008


Product name


Pure White Sannen Goats


Status


Pregnant


Color


White


Style


Alive


Male Weight


70-90 kg


Female Weight


30- 40kg, 40- 60kg, 60-70 kg


Age


8 to 18 Months old


Milking Capacity


05 to 1.5 gallons of milk a day


Application


Farm


Certification


Pedigree, Health Certificate, Veterinary Certificate



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