Slide GOAT INDIA, GOAT FARMING IN INDIA Founded in June 2009, the Goat India is started with a dream to use the available resources of the desert and provide a self-dependent, respectful life for the rural people. Slide PROJECT REPORTS ON GOAT FARMING WE PROVIDE GOAT FARM PROJECTION REPORT AND GOAT BREED FROM RAJASTHAN. WE DEAL IN BREEDING GOATS ONLY FOR FARMERS. Slide STALL FED GOAT FARM IN INDIA We are social volunteers, working very deeply in the rural area of Thar Desert to help the people in developing business opportunities with the limited natural resources.

Why Goat Farming?


Goat is a multi functional animal and plays a significant role in the economy and nutrition of landless, small and marginal farmers in the country. Goat rearing is an enterprise which has been practised by a large section of population in rural areas. Goats can efficiently survive on available shrubs and trees in adverse harsh environment in low fertility lands where no other crop can be grown.

In pastoral and agricultural subsistence societies in India, goats are kept as a source of additional income and as an insurance against disaster. Goats are also used in ceremonial feastings and for the payment of social dues.

In addition to this, goat has religious and ritualistic importance in many societies. The advantages of goat rearing are:
  1. The initial investment needed for Goat farming is low.
  2. Due to small body size and docile nature, housing requirements and manage mental problems with goats are less.
  3. Goats are friendly animals and enjoy being with the people.
  4. Goats are prolific breeders and achieve sexual maturity at the age of 10-12 months gestation period in goats is short and at the age of 16-17 months it starts giving milk. Twinning is very common, and triplets and quadruplets are rare.
  5. In drought prone areas, risk of goat farming is very much less than compared to other livestock species.
  6. Unlike large animals in commercial farm conditions, both male and female goats have equal value.
  7. Goats are ideal for mixed species grazing. The animal can thrive well on a wide variety of thorny bushes, weeds, crop residues, agricultural by-products unsuitable for human consumption.
  8. Under proper management, goats can improve and maintain grazing land and reduce bush encroachment (biological control) without causing harm to the environment.
  9. No religious taboo against goat slaughter and meat consumption prevalent in the country.
    Slaughter and dressing operation and meat disposal can be carried without much environmental problems.
  10. The goat meat is more lean (low cholesterol) and relatively good for people who prefer low energy diet especially in summer and sometimes goat meat (chevon) is preferred over mutton because of its “chewability”
  11. Goat milk is easy to digest than cow milk because of small fat globules and is naturally homogenized. Goat milk is said to play a role in improving appetite and digestive efficiency.
  12. Goat milk is non-allergic as compared to cow milk, and it has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties and can be used for treating urogenital diseases of fungal origin.
  13. Goats are 2.5 times more economical than sheep on free-range grazing under semi arid conditions.

    Goat creates employment to the rural poor, besides effectively utilizing unpaid family labour.

  14. There is ample scope for establishing cottage industries based on goat meat and milk products and value addition to skin and fibre.
  15. Goat is termed as walking refrigerator for the storage of milk and can be milked number of times in a day.