The Barbari goat gets its name from Berbera, a coastal city located on the Indian Ocean in Somalia.
Barbari is a breed of small domestic goat found in a wide area in India and Pakistan.
It is distributed in the states of Haryana, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh in India, and in Punjab and Sindh provinces of Pakistan.
Barbari is a small domestic goat.
Barbari is also called Bari.
Barberi is a small goat of compact form.
The head is small and neat, with small ears and horns facing upwards.
The coat is short and usually brownish red with white spots, solid colors are also found.
Barbari goat breeds are mostly reared for milk and meat.
A Male goat weighs between 35 - 40 kg.
Female goat is between 40 - 55 kg.
Beetle goat can give 0.5 to 1.5 liters of milk per day.
They can deliver 2 - 3 babies in delivery.
A child can be born twice in a year.
These types of breeds have very good fertility.
The beetle can adapt itself easily to any environment and climate.