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The tough, spirited Toggenburg is one of the most low-maintenance dairy goats—and one of the most challenging.
Although best known for “fainting” when startled, the Tennessee Fainting Goat is more than just a novelty.
Sweet and spunky, the lovable Pygmy goat endears itself to all who know it.
Long ears and a loud voice make this popular dairy breed distinctive—but it does not come from Africa.
Goats of dwarfish proportions were once widespread across much of Africa, their historic home being a large swath stretching from the Atlantic coast inland as far as modern Sudan and […]
As its name suggests, the LaMancha does have ancestors from Spain, but it was developed entirely in the United States. Its story begins with the arrival of the conquistadors. The […]
Thinking about starting a farm with heritage breeds? If you are new to this topic, you may enjoy An Introduction to Heritage Breeds: Saving and Raising Rare-Breed Livestock and Poultry […]
Like many herding dogs of the British Isles, the English Shepherd traces back to the herding mastiffs of Julius Caesar’s Roman army. As these dogs were abandoned by the departing […]
The Collie shares the same heritage as the rest of the sheepdogs of the British Isles. It traces back to the herding mastiffs of the invading Roman armies under Julius […]