Goats are fun and interesting to raise, and many people milk goats for personal use (milk and possibly cheese or other goat milk products), while others milk goats commercially. Here are some of the best milk goat breeds we have at nutrifit.

Saanen Goats

The Saanen dairy goat is the most widely distributed dairy goat breed in the world, valued for its abundant milk production, hardiness, and calm, sweet nature. Saanens are pure white in color and one of the largest breeds of dairy goats and with a Butterfat content: 3%

Toggenburg Goats

The oldest dairy breed is the Toggenburg. It originated in Switzerland, at Obertoggenburg in the Toggenburg Valley. They are a lively and playful breed. Their coloring is typically grayish brown with cream stripes running from the eyes to the nose and cream on the lower legs and Butterfat content: 3.7%
Alpine Goat
The Alpine is a medium to large-sized domestic goat breed known for its excellent milking ability. They don’t have any fixed colors or markings (although certain markings are discriminated against). They have horns, a straight profile, and ears that are erect. The breed’s origins can be traced back to the French Alps. Mature individuals weigh approximately 61 kg (135 lbs) and stand approximately 76 cm (30 in) tall at the shoulder. Alpine goats come in a variety of colors, including white, gray, brown, and black. Alpine goats are prolific milkers. The milk can be used to make butter, cheese, soap, ice cream, and any other dairy product that is normally made from cow’s milk. They are frequently used in commercial dairy production as well as for homestead milk goats with a butterfat content: 3.5%
Anglo Nubian Goats
Anglo-Nubians are not heavy milk producers, but they have become a popular milking breed in Australia, with a high average fat yield of over 4%. They are less seasonal breeders, carry more flesh than Alpine breeds, and are classified as dual purpose (meat and milk) animals. The Anglo-Nubian is the best dairy goat breed in Australia for hot weather. They’ve been used in grading-up programs in many tropical countries to boost local breeds’ milk and meat production. Does weighing at least 64 kg are common among Anglo-Nubians. The breed’s average height, measured at the withers, is 81 cm for does and 94 cm for bucks