Lambs

Lambs are young sheep. Their meat is considered full of nutrients. Lamb, mutton, and hogget are the meat of domestic sheep at different ages. In its first year sheep is called a lamb, and its meat is also called lamb. The meat of a juvenile sheep is older than one year and is called a hogget. Adult sheep’s meat is mutton, a term only used for the meat, not the living animals. Lambs require good care especially when they are born.

lambs- $150 to $700

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Goats

Goats are mostly preferred for their meat, fleece and milk. There meat is referred to as mutton. There different goat breeds that includes:

Goats – $150 – $700

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Nubian

Nubians also known as Anglo-Nubian are big, elegant goats. Their body structure is what makes them proud of themselves as they have long, pendulum-like ears and Roman nose. They are a cross breed of Indian and African bucks and were raised in England. Even though, they are large in size but are not very productive. They can be raised all year round and are considered seasonal breeders.

nubian – $150 – $700

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Boer

They are South African based goats with long, hanging ears and Roman nose. They have white body with colored head and backward curved horns. However, they have a gentle built but are strong and vigorous. They mostly breed in September and end in January.

Boer – $150 – $700

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Spanish goat

Spanish goats make good meat producers. Although, these goats are small in size but they have strong builds, hence can survive harsh weathers. This breed was brought to USA from Europe. Spanish goats are also known as brush goats and they make great range animals. Very little management is required for them. Spanish goats breed in any season, and are considered very hardy category of goats.

Spanish goat – $200 – $1000

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