Where Do Goats Come from?

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Goats originated from the Neolithic farmers. They are of the oldest domesticated animals and over three hundred domesticated breeds of goats. They are domesticated for their meat, milk and skin.
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Milk comes from goats. When you milk a goat always give the first couple of squirts to a cat or something because it has the most bacteria. You get meat from bucks (Males) Never ever
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Goats don't really eat grass, they eat shrubs. Thanks for using ChaCha!
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Do you mean domesticated goats? Goats were the first animal to be domesticated by humans. That happened about 10,000-11,000 years ago. Goats were first domesticated in the country
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