One of the oldest and most common species in India, goat Dzhamnapari relate to meat and dairy cultivation. mainly goats DzhamnaPari grown in northern, eastern and central regions of Uttar Pradesh. Locals used to eat not only milk, but also meat, so the goat was considered a breadwinner.
The breed goats Jumna Pari belongs to the middle-heavy type. Goat has a dense body with a well-formed muscular system. Head of medium size, such as the Romanesque profile, big ears, so hang down to the bottom. The coat is short, color can be quite varied. With regard to the presence of the horn, then there is also no no certainty: some individuals may be horny, the other – hornless. In adulthood, goat Jumna Pari can reach 70 kg, and a goat – 50 kg.
Breed ripening, so in a short time you can get high-quality meat. Milk also has some good taste with good productivity. The lactation period lasts about 240 days, for which you can get up to 270 kg of milk fat content of 5%. With improved conditions of some goats Jumna Pari can give up to 560 kg of milk.
At home, the Jumna Pari good breed usually leads 1-2 goats, weighing 3-4 kg. Six months later, goats are gaining up to 16 kg, and in another six months, all of them more than 20 kg. Young animals resistant to disease, only what you need to follow – is that there are no drafts.