About: Sojat goat

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Sojat goats originate from Rajasthan in India. It is cross bred from the Jamnapari goat and . It is primarily farmed for its meat as the milk yield is low, giving only 80 kg per lactation period. It is commonly sacrificed during the Bakri-Eid Festival.

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  • Sojat goats originate from Rajasthan in India. It is cross bred from the Jamnapari goat and . It is primarily farmed for its meat as the milk yield is low, giving only 80 kg per lactation period. It is commonly sacrificed during the Bakri-Eid Festival. (en)
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  • Rajasthan, India (en)
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  • Sojat goat (en)
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  • Sojat goats originate from Rajasthan in India. It is cross bred from the Jamnapari goat and . It is primarily farmed for its meat as the milk yield is low, giving only 80 kg per lactation period. It is commonly sacrificed during the Bakri-Eid Festival. (en)
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  • Sojat goat (en)
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