Nubian Goats

Nubian goats are called Anglo-Nubian in Britain, where the breed originated. The term “Nubian” was first coined in France, where goats had been imported from the eastern Mediterranean. Nubia was defined as the area along the Nile from Egypt to Sudan.


Description: The Nubian’s distinctive appearance is characterized by long, wide drooping ears, large almond-shaped eyes, a wide forehead, a convex “roman” nose, a tall flat-sided body, long legs, and a short glossy coat.

Coloring: Nubians are available in a wide variety of colors and patterns. Black, tan, and chestnut are predominant. White or pale patches or mottles are common. White facial stripes may be an indication of crossbreeding with goats of Swiss origin.

Height to Withers: Bucks average 36 in. (90 cm), does 32 in. (80 cm).


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