Swazi

Subgroup: 
South African Lop-eared
Special Characteristics: 
Relatively large in size (30–40 kg); horns present in both sexes, and are strong, long in males with homonymous twist, projecting sideways or backwards and outwards, but lighter, scimitar shaped backward curving in females; ears are medium-long, broad and lopped; coat colour is variable, but whole colours of grey, black and white predominate; the coat hair is short and coarse, or long and fine (Wilson, 1991).
Main Location: 
Found in Swaziland and adjoining areas of South Africa; the climate is subtropical, sub humid; the production system is principally agro-pastoral; about 89% of the goat population is found on communally owned land (Wilson, 1991).
Origin: 
NA.
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