Capestrina Goats
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About Capestrina GoatsAbout Capestrina Goats

Capestrina Goats most likely originated on the Lepini, Ausoni and Aurunci mountain (Italian provinces of Rome, Frosinone, Latina, - Latium). Quite rarely Capestrine goat are bred, more often they are bred with Ciociare, Monticelliane goats and hybrids.

Males are 93-94 cm high at the withers and weight 85kg; females are 74-79 cm high and weight 46-53 kg. Their coat is black or seal black, their limbs are often light colored and some of them have a sort of pattern on their head. Both sexes have horns. They are mainly bred for kid production, and some times for milk.

Content and Photo Source: Agraria.org.

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