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very small population
Country United Kingdom, GB
Location Blithfield Hall, Staffordshire, England.
Species Goat
Management semi-feral
Population size less than 100 breeding females, critically endangered
Morphology medium sized, horned, with long flowing black and white hair
History Bagot goats were introduced to England at Blithfield Hall in the 1380s. They were probably brought back to England by returning crusadors. They probably trace back to the Rhône valley, possibly therefore a geographically separated group historically related to the Valais Blackneck (Walliser Schwarzhalsziege)
Source of information The Bagot Goat Society, RBST


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