Habitat/Range: Nubian goats originated in England as a cross between the Old English Milch Goat and the Zariby and Nubian bucks imported from India, Russia, and Egypt. They are common goats in the U.S. and are simply referred to as Nubians.
Behavior: Goats are curious animals and are great petting zoo animals. They love to be pet and will climb onto your back if given the chance. They love to eat browse which helps them to keep a healthy, balanced diet.
Breeding: Goats are mainly seasonal breeders. Females come into heat between September and February and give birth after a gestation period of 150 days. They typically give birth to one or two kids at a time.
Conservation: Not listed as they are a domestic species.