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Among the farm animals, goats are crucial, because with their milk they produce cheeses that can be enjoyed and even yogurts.

There are goat coloring pictures on this page. You can print then color it with your chosen colors. Happy Coloring!

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The goat is a mammal of the artiodactyl order, which is part of the subfamily Caprinae. The scientific name is Capra aegagrus hircus, and one of its main characteristics is that it has hollow horns in the form of a saber or spiral.

This animal is small in size and well adapted to rough and rugged terrain. It is an ungulate mammal; their legs are like those of the pig or cow, also has a pair of fingers, so it is called an artiodactyl.

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The goat meat is not very appreciated as it happens with its rough and hard coat, very different from the sheep’s, which is thinner and softer.

Goat’s milk has a very high protein value and is excellent for supplying the mother’s milk. It is also used to replace other kinds of milk when there is intolerance to them or cases of dyspepsia

A goat gives in milk the equivalent of more than 13 times its weight. It can reach more than 600 liters per year.

When they are dairy breeds with proper care, they can reach more than 1800 liters per year. This makes them the animal with the highest average milk production about their weight and size.

The natural habitat of goats is the mountainous and arid areas. They prefer cold climates, as it is more conducive to their proper development.

They are mainly located in Asia and Africa. Due to their domestication, it is possible to find them all over the world except in the polar areas.

It is important to remember that goats are herbivorous animals par excellence. However, they also feed on fruits, vegetables, and sometimes bush bark. Incidentally, they have developed an instinct to avoid eating poisonous herbs.

Generally, goats have a life expectancy of 10 to 12 years; depending on the care, they can be extended to 16-18 years of age. The lifespan is no longer than 15 years.

In the wild, the most significant predators are humans, wolves, mountain lions, and other medium-sized animals.

The male goat in its habitat attracts the female through its hormones, and it is possible to fight a battle with other males to reproduce.

There is no specific period for reproduction, but the months of September, October, and November are usually preferred. Also, this animal is characterized by high fertility rates.