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Sojat is originated from the Pali Rajasthan, This is the cross breed of Jamnapari or Sirohi, After years of breeding, Sojat has become the high or beautiful, quality breed in India. Sojat is famous for its large and graceful body. It has long ears and thick fur on rumps. Male Sojat weighs up to 120 kg while the female is up to 90 kg. Though they are large in size, they are mild in nature. They like idling around the barn, looking for water and food.
There is a large variation in color but the typical Sojat is white with patches of tan on the neck and head.
Their heads tend to have a highly convex nose, which gives them a parrot-like appearance.
They have long flat drooping ears which are around 25 cm long. Both sexes have horns.
The udder has round, conical teats and is well developed. They also have unusually long legs.
The Sojat male can weigh up to 120 kg, while females can reach around 90 kg.
The average lactation yield per day has been found to be slightly less than two kilograms.
Sojat meat is said to be low in cholesterol.
During the winter they will spend more than 90% of their time grazing, although this falls to around 55% in the hot Indian summer. The breed browsers on bushes, tree leaves and the top of grasses rather than typical ground grazing. Their mean heart rate was found to be 127 ± 3.46 in one study.
Rates of conception are high, nearly 90%. Triplets and quadruplets are common. The average age of the first conception is 18 months.
Sojat goats are found in Rajasthan
Famous for white color and good height and health
Sojat goat is cross breed of jamunapari goats from Uttar Pradesh
The characteristic of goat is white in color, without horn and pink skin
The breed is very well suitable for stall feed goat farming in India
Famous for eid goats in India, people like sojat goats for Bakri eid festival
The breed is used mainly for meat purpose in India
The milk yield is relatively small, about 0. 5 kg per day, with an average milk yield of 65 kg over a 120 day lactation period
Usually, doe kids twice in 14 months, giving birth to single in 70% while twins in 30% cases
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