Is a goat farm Profitable in 2021? [Step by step Guide]

is a goat farm profitable in a year 2021

Every beginner farmer has a question in mind: is a goat farm profitable? I will say Yes goat farming is a profitable business if done in the right way with proper management and proper caretaking of goats.  The Goat comes under small ruminants and Due to its small size and friendly behavior. It can be raised under a small space and with minimal food. Raising goats can give good returns.

On comparing goat farm with cow farm, goat farm is profitable. The cow and buffalo required large space to live and large quantities of food for better health.

Goat farming is a scalable business and can be raised 100+ goats under one shed. The Goat needs 2 to 4 percent of food every day according to their body weight to maintain their better health.

If we talk about the disease in goats then I will tell you that the disease in goats is less compared to any other livestock animal.

What is the Profit margin in Goat farming?

The profit margin in Goat farming is 50%. You can increase the profit margin up to 80% if you grow your own feed on the farm for goats. As per Me, the Profit margin in goat farming depends on the purpose and type of goat farming. 

It is better to select one purpose first and start working on it because you can make a business plan according to it.

Goat farming is an agriculture-based business, if you have your own enough land for a growing feed then you can make good money doing goat farming.

The best part of goat farming is that you have to invest money only once, after the production cycle continues the Profit comes continuously.

Types of Goat farming

There are four common purposes and types goat farming

1. Meat purpose goat farming

The consumption demand for goat meat is increasing day by day. Meat purpose goat farming is profitable and done from ancient times. The price of goat meat is increasing every six months. The current price is 600 rs per kg goat meat in tier 2 cities.

The returns in meat purpose goat farming is quick. 

Is meat purpose goat farm profitable?

Yes, meat purpose goat farms are profitable. Goat is a good source of meat, The 10 kg meat you can expect from five to six months old goats. To make meat purpose goat farming profitable you have to grow your own green and concentrate feed. You don’t have to buy expensive feed from outside. If you do this then surely you can make a very good income.

Four steps to follow before doing meat purpose goat farming for good returns

Step #1 You don’t have to go for a specific Breed for meat purpose goat farming. You can start with the local breed of your region.

Step #2 You have to purchase male goats from your local market. Go for the goat fattening by providing quality feed to them.

Step #3 castrated goats have capability to gain extra weight in limited time. 

Step #4 castrated goat meat is tastier compared to uncastrated goats. For meat purpose goat farming castration of male goats can give you more returns.

2. Milk purpose goat farming

For milk purpose goat farming the selection of breed is an important part. You can’t raise low milk production capacity goats for milk purpose goat farming.

High milch goat breeds can give maximum profit. Higher the milk production, more money you will make.

The price of goat milk is more than cow milk because goat milk is mostly used to make beauty products.

Is milk purpose goat farm profitable?

Milk purpose goat farming is less profitable. if your goat farm is located near Metro, tier 2, and tier 3 cities. if it is near, then you can make it profitable otherwise this purpose is not so popular in India. Goat milk requires a little marketing to sell which is not possible for all farmers. 

If you are looking for milk purpose goat farming then You have to approach hospitals and make contact with those who are lactose intolerant.

The price of goat milk is higher than cow or buffalo milk. But the only problem is that the goat doesn’t give enough milk compared to Cow & buffalo.

Four steps to follow before doing milk purpose goat farming for good returns

Step #1  first of all for milk purpose goat farming, Select the high milk production goat breeds like saanen goat, jamunapari goat, Jakhrana goat, Nubian and alpine goat.

Step #2 Milk replacer is most important for milk purpose goat farming. You have to feed a milk replacer to kids after 10 days of their birth to save the original milk of gaots.

Step #3 Provide all types of fodder like green, dry, and concentrate feed to goats for maximum milk production. 

Step #4 Goat milk is considered best for kids, older age people and for those who are lactose intolerant. You can also sell goat milk to hospitals.

3. Breeding purpose goat farming 

The breeding purpose is the purpose I mostly like because this is simple and has a rich formula of goat farming. It is the most profitable & scalable business idea.

For this purpose of goat farming, you have to do proper caretaking of goats. Feed goats a balanced diet for higher output and production.

Is Breeding Purpose goat farming profitable?

Yes of course this is a type of goat farming in which you can make more money compared to meat and milk purpose goat farming because the pure quality goat breed has more demand that gives double money compared to milk & meat goats.

Three steps to follow before doing Breeding purpose goat farming for good returns

Step #1 select the best and pure breed for breeding, and breeding best with best for higher returns

Step #2 one breeding buck is sufficient for the 25 female goats. The breeder should be of Good quality.

Step #3 The age of the female for breeding should be 1 year and the age of Breeding Buck should be 18 months. Less than this age can get you in the loss.

Step #4: Exotic breeds like Boer and saanen can give you maximum returns.

Step #5 Marketing of your farm is the most important part in breeding purpose goat farming.

4. Festival Purpose goat farming

Festivals like Eid and durga pooja can make you a good money while doing goat farming.

You have to be prepared for this big festival day. The Lakhs of goats have been sold On Bakra Eid. The community makes this festival magnificently

Is festival purpose goat farming Profitable?

It is a parent part of meat purpose goat farming which has enough opportunity.  I have seen a single goat sold for one lakh rupees. You can make a very good profit while doing festival purpose goat farming. It is one of the profitable types which every goat farmer mainly focuses on.

Three steps to follow before doing Breeding purpose goat farming for good returns

Step #1 Quality male gets good weight gain. So select the good quality male goat 

Step #2 Always Buy Six month age male goats for more profit and less investing.

Step #3 Do castrate goats when you take goats in the farm for maximum weight gain.

Every Purpose has their own pros and cons. The breeding purpose is one of the profitable among all.

Why should you start goat farming?

There is not only a single reason to start a gat farm. I write a lot about goats and goat farming. A lot of people ask me, is a goat farm profitable and my answer is always yes for some reasons.

I take goat farming training. I share my knowledge with my trainees. I always share this thing in my introduction lecture: Why should you start goat farming.

  • Goat is a good source of meat, milk, and fiber. The demand for goat meat is more and will increase in the future.
  • Goats can survive in every type of climate. 
  • Small body size, docile nature, high prolificacy, survival on low-grade ration, and small gestation period are some important attributes of goat production.
  • Single labor can raise 100 goats easily due to their small size.
  • Goat is an animal that can be raised under stall-fed conditions. It required limited space.
  • Goat farming requires less investment compared to other livestock businesses. For the price of one cow, you can get 5 goats.
  • The risk is less compared to other livestock.

How much Profit can you earn in goat farming?

The profit depends on so many reasons and the type of goat farming.  You can earn 6 lakhs in 14 months by following my project report. It is a proven practical guide of how much you can earn in 14 months 

To see the project report check below:

Goat farming project report of (100+4) goats

The profit can be varied if you change the purpose of goat farming.


We have discussed a lot about every purpose of goat farming. I hope that your purpose of goat farming has cleared after reading this post. Goat farming is profitable from every angle only you have to do it with proper management & focus.

It is a livestock business that is always in profit. The demand for meat is increasing like a skyrocket and the future demand for goat meat and meat products will definitely increase.


7 Much Needed Goat Farming Equipment for farm

To set up the goat farm properly the right Equipment is much needed. 

If you are new in the Goat farming business and looking to set up a new farm then this post is for you.

Here in this post, I will share some much-needed tools and Equipment that should Be available on your farm 24 x 7.

For the hassle free goat farming business this tool and equipment is much needed.

goat farming equipment and tools

it is essential to have a good tool, but it is also essential that the tool should be used in the right way.

What is Goat farming Equipment?

Goat farming Equipment is the tool that is required for the operation and daily needs of farms.

Without this tools and Equipments you can not manage more than 25 goats, or in other words if you want to save your time, then you should definitely buy this Equipments for your farm

Much Required goat farming Equipment list

1. Burdizzo castrator

goat farming equipment plays major role in successful goat farming

If you are raising goats for meat then Burdizzo castrator is the much needed tool for you. 

If you castrate the goat then their weight gain is more than normal weight gain per month.

For example, the uncastrated goat gains 3 to 4 kg per month but the castrated goat gains weight from 5 to 6 kg per month. 

The castrated goat has more fat in their body weight compared to uncastrated goats. The people in India prefer to eat castrated goats compared to buck because castrated goat meat is tastier, leaner, and less smelly.

The Price of burdizzo castrator ranges from 1500 to 2000 rs. You have to purchase it online.

2. Drencher

goat drenching tool

Drencher is another much-needed equipment in goat farming. Sometimes you have to feed the goats orally. 

You also have to deworm and giving medicines orally, this is a problem-solving tool if you have more goats.

In this tool you have to fill the medicine or dewormer once, after that you can feed to goats continuously no need to fill the syringe from medicines again and again.

3. Goat farming Book 

The book works as a tool, it is the most important part of goat farm because the handbook tells you the solution of every single problem.

The goat farming handbook helps you with the solution of every disease, house, and management under the house.

The treatment is the main part of the book, you can detect the symptoms, treatment and prevention as well.

4. goat Feeding equipment

Goat feeding tray

Feeders increase the productivity of goats, normally goats waste the feed a lot, giving on a tray is the main thing of an organized goat farm.

Many Times the big and strong goats do not eat them to weak and small goats, the feeder equipment in the farm solves this problem of feeding.

I am sharing the scientific design of goat feeders. This feeder is sufficient for 10 goats. For the size and weight of the feeding tray, you can learn completely from the goat feeding tray design.

5. Waterers for goats

Goat water equipment

The goats drink 1.5 liters of water in a day, fresh & clean water provided to goats is necessary otherwise it can turn into a major disease.

Don’t let them drink the storage water, always provide them fresh and clean water for their better health.

Most of the disease spread from the infected water. Water should always be outside, inside water can wet the floor and goats don’t like wet floors even they don’t sit on wet floors.

You can see the image for the design of water.

6. Goat Weighing machine

goat weighing machine

The weighing machine is also the needy tool of the farm that measures the flock’s productivity. The productivity can be measured by checking the weight of the goat.

If the goat gains weight then its productivity has increased or the goat is free from disease. 

If the weight is decreasing then something is missing.

So I can check it by measuring the weight of goats every month. A weighing machine is the common tool of the farm. It should be different from others’ weight machines.

The shape of this machine should be 3 x 5 for easy measurement.

7. Hoof trimmer

Hoof trimmer saves the goats from foot root disease. The grown hoof should be cut every month otherwise it can decrease the flock productivity.

If you are not able to cut it every month then you can cut the hoof before monsoon.

It is one of the cheaper tools but makes importance in the farm. 

The cuted hoof should be thrown outside the farm.

Frequently asked questions?

Q.1) What do I need to start a goat farm?

First all goat farming books are the most important that teaches you all about operations in the farm. After reading the book you can buy burdizzo castrator, hoof cutter, weighing machine, feeders and waters according to your farm capacity and need.

Q.2) what is the cost of all this equipment?

The cost can differ region to region. you can buy all these equipment under 50 thousand rupees with one feeder and water.

Q.3) where can I find these equipment?

Except for water and feeder you can buy all this equipment from any online marketplace, I have checked all this equipment and it is available everywhere.


Well we have seen all the 7 important goat farming equipment also given the description and their importance in the farm.

Without these tools you can’t do the successful goat farming. This tool helps you to save your time especially when you are raising more numbers of goats in the farm.

If you have any queries regarding goat farming and the tools feel free to ask in the comment section. You can also contact us anytime.

Goat farming Basics: Learn completely from my experience

important goat farming basics that actually helps

I have been doing goat farming from the last four and a half years, in these four years a lot of fundamentals I have learned and shared my knowledge to help others.

If you are a beginner goat farm and want to know the goat farming basics. So you have to do the goat farming business properly. then you’re at the right place.

Here in this post, I will share my experience, what I have learned, if I know these basics before then I don’t waste my time. I share these things from my own experience.

you can apply these in your venture and it will definitely boost the success of your goat farming career.

What are the goat farming basics?

Every business have their own basic principles, if you are doing the goat farming and other live stock business then first of all learn about 

  • Goat housing, 
  • Goat feeding, 
  • Goat breeds and 
  • Goat disease
  • How to care and management of goats properly

If you do these things before, then the success rate of your farming career may be double.

I don’t know the importance of these five things before entering into this business, I have done these things on my own, or in other words I can say that on the basis of human thinking.

How do I learn these Goat farming basics?

I am educated and I like to make records of all things. Whenever a senior doctor or livestock specialist comes to my farm, I have noted all their suggestions and implemented that. I also implemented the experienced goat farmer suggestion. 

Day by day, I learned all the basics and now I am also learning one thing a day. I can’t say I am an expert but I can share the things I know.

You can also do the same if you want to learn, this is applicable in all the business not only in goat farming.

So let’s get start some basics of goat farming

Basics of Goat Housing: Keep these things in Mind

in the basics of goat housing, you should know before making a house for goats is that, make a goat shed with the proper space of goats you are planning for. 

for example, if you are planning for 100 Goats then you have to learn about how much space is required for 100 goats and design a proper shed so you stay away from overcrowding.

Overcrowding in the house is the biggest problem the goat faces in the pen. Even the goats don’t get the proper weight gain because of overcrowding.

Like humans don’t like overcrowding the goat is the living animal they also don’t prefer over crowding in the house.

If you are looking for the proper housing design then I have the article that helps you to learn about the space requirement for 100 Goats.

After space, the orientation of sheds matters a lot, the East-west orientation shed is quite beneficial for Indian tropical conditions. The benefits of this direction shed you can see during the summers and winters.

After space, the ventilation of the shed is much important to remove all the gases from the farms.

Basics of Goat feeding: this will help your goat for better health

Feeding is one of the most important part of goat health, all your profit on the farm depends on what you are feeding to the goats.

It is the universal truth that if you want something from someone first you have to give. after you can expect from someone. Things are also applicable to livestock.

If you are Expecting milk, meat from the goats then first you have to provide them quality feed.

Indus Goat farm

 70% of investing cost is spent on the feed of goats. You can minimize that if you have your own land by growing your own feed.

I grow my own maize, wheat and barley the remaining things like Soy Doc, grams i purchased from outside. You can do the same if you are looking for more profits in the goat farming.

Basics of Goat breeds: Front pillar of goat farming business

The goat breed is one of the front pillars of goat farming, all your profit and sales depend on the type of goats you have. If you don’t have quality goats on your farm you can’t expect the returns.

So first of all you have to raise a quality goat in your farm.

Select the breeds according to region and climate.

The Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat having not major differences in climates. If you are belonging to this region then you can raise Sirohi, Barbari, Jamunapari, Sojat goat breeds.

%The Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, also have the same climate you can raise here Barbari, Beetal, Totapari, Sirohi Etc

The West Bengal. Orissa, Bihar, Jharkhand, Assam have the same climate regions and Black Bengal and Barbari are the most suited goats for these regions.

 The south region of India has the same climate. the Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Goa have the same climate you can raise Malabari, Osmanabadi, Tellicherry goats in these states. Exotic goats like Boer goats are also suitable in the south region of India.

Where to Buy goats for farming?

If you are a beginner then always buy a goat from the farm and the goats must be vaccinated from all five vaccines. 

Try to buy goats from the nearest place, because the transportation of goats is one of the major concern for the beginning of goat farming. The Goats come in stress while transportation.

There are some goat farming techniques you have to follow while transporting goats.

The better goat breed can give you more profits.

Basic of Goat Disease: The important goat raising Techniques

The animals don’t speak, they don’t say about their pain and difficulties. You have to detect the disease from their symptoms. 

This was a big task for me in the beginning but things changed when the years have passed. 

At present the mortality of my farm is .1%, i do proper prevention on my farm for the upcoming disease.

I do follow proper vaccination at my farm.

The vaccination i do in farm are

  • PPR
  • HS (hemorrhagic septicemia)
  • ET (Enterotoxaemia)
  • Goat Pox
  • FMD (Foot & mouth disease)
  • TT (Tetanus)

I believe in prevention because prevention is better than cure.

How to care and management of Goats?

  • Follow all the basics we discussed above, Give them proper feeding on time
  • Feeding them green, dry, and concentrate feed.
  • Add the mineral mixture in concentrate feed
  • Grow your own green fodder.
  • Don’t keep them inside the shed all time, provide them open space for exercise
  • Once you detect the sick goat give them treatment immediately
  • Keep all the emergency medicines at your farm.
  • If you are doing stall feeding or intensively then give them Vitamin B, calcium, and liver tonic for their better health and growth.
  • Keep the shed well ventilated.
  • Keep all the goats in pen according to their age and stay away from overcrowding.

If you are looking to start a goat farming business and want some goat raising basics knowledge then you can take goat farming training from us. We provide the best goat farming training at our farm and teach you all about goat farming so you can learn all about it from our experience and achieve success in the goat farming business.

Frequently asked questions?

Q.1) How to get a loan for goat farming?

To get the loan you have to submit a Goat farming project report to the bank with your documents, the process is simple and easy. You can also take the subsidy if you get the loan.

Q.2) how much subsidy the government provides?

The subsidy on goat farming is based on the caste system of India. The SC/ST/BPL card holders get 33% subsidy and General/OBC get 25% subsidy on the bank loan.

Q.3) which is the best goat breed for goat farming in Maharashtra?

The Osmanabadi, Sojat, Sirohi are the best suitable goat breeds for goat farming in Maharashtra. 


Goat farming is a profitable business in India if done in the right way with full focus. Most of the farmers take goat farming as a secondary business, you can do it secondary but you have to give them proper time and focus. First, learn all the goat farming basics and take action. 

If you do it with focus then no one can restrict you to make it profitable. If you have a large land area then grow your own feed for double profit.

If you have any queries in mind regarding goat farming then feel free to ask in the comment section. You can also contact us.

Goat farming in India complete information for Beginners

goat farming in india play major role
Goat farming in India

the goat farming in India is growing day by day, Goat is a versatile animal. It is known as a poor man’s cow in. goats can be kept with little expenses in the marginal and undulating lands unsuitable for all types of livestock. goat farming plays a major role, landless farmers.

Goat can efficiently survive on available shrubs and in tree leaves in low fertility where no other crop can be grown or in small ration because of small size, less requirement of housing, more resistance to disease easily disposal of its products.

Goat is considered as a bar of gold that can be encashed by the farmers at any time of the year and also at farmers critical hour of need. In India goat is mostly reared by goat meat ‘chevon’ consumed by almost all non- vegetarians. Indians prefer goat meat as compare to any other meat. and its contribution to Indian Economy

what is the contribution of goat farming to the Indian economy?

  • According to FAO, the Goat sector contributes Rs. 38,000 crore (8.41%) to value of output from the livestock sector (Rs. 46000 crores) in India.
  • Increase in annual rural employment from  3.2% to 4.2% over the years
  • Goat population rise from 95 million in 1982 to 140 million in 2007 and slightly gone down to 135 million in 2012.
  • Production of goat meat Chevon increased from 0.324 MMT(million metric tonnes) in 1982 to 0.941 MMT in 2012-13. (Estimated annual value Rs 22,800 crore at current price)
  • Production of goat milk increased from 1.07 MMT (million metric tonnes) in 1982 to 4.95 MMT in 2012-13. (Estimated market value Rs 9564 crore)
  • Skin production increased from 0.086 MMT in 1966 to 0.17 MMT in 2012-13 ( Rs.1491 crore)

what are the Key advantages of goat farming in India?

goat farming in India and Goat keeping has now become a key portion of the rural development program in the developing countries.

The Goat milk is easy to digest than cow milk because of small fat globules and is naturally homogenized. Goat milk is said to play a role in improving appetite and digestive efficiency.

Milk of goat is non-allergic as compared to cow milk and believed to have anti-fungal and antibacterial properties.

Unlike large animals, in the commercial farm, both male and female goats have equal value.

Goats are prolific breeders and achieve sexual maturity at the age of 10 to 15 months. The gestation period in goats is short and at the age of 14 to 15 months, it starts giving milk.

Twinning and triplets are very common in goats found in this area.

To the poor, rearing of goat serves as insurance during economic times during the economic crisis.

Goat is claimed as a useful animal for poor people and is responsible for clearing bushes and making land worth condition.

Looking at the present declination trend of land holdings, the goat husbandry emerges as one of the viable livelihood options among the rural masses.

In drought-prone areas risk of goat farming is very much less as compared to other livestock species.

Government of India providing subsidies to start goat farming in India.

Popular Goat Products that have very high demand in India

  • A number of tasty products can be made from goat meat for ex- sausages, nuggets, pickle, patty, and many more.
  • the skin of Goat is used for making good quality leather.
  • The goat provides manure with a high NPK value for agriculture farming.
  • the Goat milk and meat are rich in protein.
  • Goats are friendly animals and enjoy being with the people.
  • Goats are 3 times more economical than sheep on free-range grazing under semi-arid conditions.
  • There is ample scope for establishing cottage industries based on goat meat and milk products and value addition to skin and fiber.
  • there is a huge demand for goat cheese, goat milk soap, goat manure as a fertilizer, that’s why goat farming in India demanding more and more.

The popular Indian recognized goat breeds


found in Etawah district of Uttar Pradesh. Used for dual purpose milk and meat, they are large size tall and leggy, large pendulous ears and Roman nose, long thick hair on their back and posses a glossy coat. The body weight of adult bucks ranges between 65 to 70 kg. and does 45 kg approx. milk yield approx 2 to 2.5 kg, lactation period 180 days. Kidding once a year to single and twins.


Barbari breed mainly found in Uttar Pradesh. It is used for both milk and meat, it is a dwarf breed. they have short hair, white colour with brown spotted on it and the ears are straight. The average weight of the adult male is 32 to 38 kg approx and adult female weight is 25 to 30 kg. multiple births are common normal give twins and triplets. 

Black Bengal

found in West Bengal, Orissa, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, and northeastern states. Animals are small, the predominant colour is black, brown and grey and white are also found. Shoulder and hip are of equal height, the chest is wide, ears are upright and pointed, short hair. Multiple births are common. Skin is of superior quality and is demand in both in India and abroad in the footwear industry. The average weight of adult ranges from 30 to 35 kg approx.


Found in Punjab and Haryana .they are large in size tall and leggy, large pendulous ear and roman nose. The coat colour is mainly black and brown. They are heavy in weight. The body weight of adult bucks ranges from 70 to 85 kg. and does 50 kg approx. milk yield approx 1 to 1.5 kg, lactation period 180 days. Kidding once a year to single and twins.


This breed is originated in Rajasthan India and can survive everywhere in India. the brown coat with dark brown spots is common also in full brown colour. The ears are pendulous and horns are straight. The adult male goat weight normally about 50 to 55 kg. this breed is for dual purpose both for meat and milk.

Housing and shelter requirements for goat according to climate condition of India

  • For goat’s housing, a low-cost shed can be made from locally available resources like bamboo, thatch, etc.
  • The shed should be sufficient floor space, well ventilated, clean, and hygienic every time. Generally, goats don’t like wet floors so the floor should be dry.
  • It is advisable to house different age groups of animals separately. Pregnant goats require enough and separate space, keep them away from adult buck.
  • The area of the shed depends on the number of animals present on the farm. The farm should not be overcrowded and the Open paddock area should be twice the covered area.

Recommended floor space for different age groups are as follows

      Age of goats      Covered area     Open paddock
        0 to 3 Months 0.2-0.25 0.4-0.5
        3 to 6 Months 0.5-0.75 1.0-1.5
        6 to 12 Months 0.75-1.0 1.5-2.0
        Adult Goats 1.5 3.0
     Pregnant and
lactating goats
1.5-2.0 3.0-4.0
              Bucks 1.5-2.0 3.0-4.0

Note : These covered area and open paddock are in square meter

Feeding requirements of goats

  • Goat is hardy, sure-footed small ruminants. They prefer to browse different kinds of fodder.
  • goats can be fed with kitchen wastes, grains of the kitchen, which can save 10 % feeding cost. They don’t prefer to eat stale food.
  • They prefer nibbling so feed and fodder should be provided in small quantities and at least 3-4 times a day.
  • To avoid fodder wastage, keep the fodder on a fodder rack or tied and hung in a small bunch.
  • General management tips
  • Healthy goat of a good breed is of prime importance for profitable goat farming.
  • Good quality green fodder and green balanced feed will enhance productivity.
  • Keep the breeding buck separately from the doe and kids.
  • Castrate all the male goats which are not selected for breeding at the age of 2-4 weeks.

What Points to be remembered for breeding

1. Good breed

2. Healthy and breedable stock.

3. Controlled and monitored breeding

11 Thing to be remembered while Selection of breeding stock

  • Healthy,physically well developed and sexually matured.
  • For selectiong breeding buck testicles should be fully developed.
  • legs of the male should be strong.
  • For selecting doe the udder and teats should be well developed, and symmetrical with sufficient milk to nourish her kids.
  • Sex ratio is 1:10 for effectivenes
  • The udder should be soft well spread with long and soft teats and pointed towards the front.
  • Age of sexual maturity Should be 10 to 15 months or at least 25 kg body weight.
  • Observations become very important i.e. that the animal is served in anticipation of new kids. Observations will enable farmer select animals as replacement stock some of the traits to look at are twining ability, mothering ability, growth rate, milk production, and kidding intervals
  • To get the desirable kidding size, the buck should be bred once in three days.
  • The doe giving kids after every 8 to 9 months  with single or twins should be selected.
  • Does with abnormal physical characteristics and irregular oestrus cycle should be timely culled from the herd.

How to Care and management of new born kids?

care and management of goat
Goat care and management

Proper care and management are one of the most important tasks for the commercial goat farmer, all the productivity and profit depends on the kids care. More stock or crops make more money.

The first two weeks from the birth the kids require proper attention and proper housing, the floor should be laying of grass if kids lick the soil than kid have to suffer from diarrhea. proper bedding, clean and hygiene of the farm and clean water are the basic care for newborn kids.

Some important rules for care and management in goat farming in India are as follows:

  • Disinfect the navel cord with tincture iodine  as soon as  it is cut with a sharp knife
  • Special care should be given to the kids for the first 90 days of their age because there is a high mortality rate during this age.
  • The doe and kids should be kept in a healthy, well ventilated, spacious and dry shed.
  • The kids should be protected from extreme weather. Particularly during the first two months.
  • Feed the milk to kids up to 90 days after which the kids should be weaned.
  • Castrate the kid at 2 to 3 months of age which is not going to use for breeding in the future. Castration improves the quality of meat.
  • Vaccine the kid as per recommended schedule.

what points should be followed during the pregnancy of goats?

In the advanced stage of pregnancy, the does must be transferred to either kidding pens or separately embarked space for kidding within the main shed after thoroughly disinfecting it. After kidding, the doe should be provided with warm bran mash for two days./

What are some important Diseases of goats in India?

Goat Diseases and parasitic infections are serious constraints affecting goat production worldwide. Economic losses are caused by decreased production, cost of prevention, cost of treatment, and possible death of infected animals.

The goat is susceptible to some disease. The disease could away from the farm with proper management, cleanness, and hygiene of the farm. Some of the medicine and injection should always available on the farm.

Proper vaccination schedule should follow in the farm after weaning of the kids. Vaccination at the age of 3 months from the birth improves the productivity of the farm, the mortality rate will be 2 to 3 % .after vaccination kids can save from the major disease like PPR, ENTEROTOXAEMIA(ET), FMD.

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PPR (Peste des Petits Ruminants)

PPR is an acute or peracute, febrile, often fatal disease of small ruminants caused by Morbillivirus of family Paramyxoviridae. It is also known as psuedorinderpest or goat plague. It is similar to rinderpest in cattle. The vaccine provides immunity for 3 years.


fever, nasal and lacrimal discharge, depression, thirst. Anorexia, and rough hair coat and dry muzzle are the common findings of the disease. Coughing and sneezing are a prominent sign this time.


to prevent the occurrence of the disease, vaccination of the kids at the age of 3 months with PPR vaccine is required.

Goat pox

Goat pox is a highly contagious viral disease of goats characterized by fever. It is caused by capripox virus of the family poxviridiae. In India, goat pox is frequently observed in Rajasthan, Orissa, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, and West Bengal.

Inhalation of aerosols from acutely affected animals and direct contact through skin are the natural mean of transmission.


skin lesions (reddish macules and papules) appear in 1 or 2 days and spread in all over skin but most in the face, eyes, and ear.


vaccination of kid with goat pox vaccine at 3 months of age. For complete protection yearly vaccination is necessary.

Foot and mouth disease (FMD)

It is the cause of an RNA virus of the family picornaviridae. FMD usually causes low mortality high morbidity which leads to the extreme economic loss to goat farmers in India. Lameness is the most important sign of FMD.


oral lesions, dullness, inappetence, restlessness, increased heart, and respiratory rates, shivering, fever, etc. pregnant goat may abort in this disease.


vaccination of kids with FMD vaccine at age of 3 months, thereafter booster dose at 3 to 4 weeks post vaccination. Revaccination should be done after 6 months.

Enterotoxaemia (ET)

It is also known as pulpy kidney or overeating disease and caus by a gram-negative anaerobic bacterium Clostridium perfringes type D. that is normally present in the ruminant digestive tract. Overeating on concentrates lush pasture sudden change in the feed from a poor to carbohydrate-rich diet or lush pasture are the predisposing factors for the occurrence of the disease.


the clinical sign includes a sudden loss of appetite, profound depression, continuous changing of sitting posture, champing of jaws, fever 105℉  and profuse watery diarrhea.


 vaccination of kids with ET vaccine done at 3 months of age and booster dose after 3 weeks initially. Repeat vaccination after 6 months. the vaccine is quite important for goat farming in India and it’s quite hard to do goat farming without ET vaccine.

Read: Project report of goat farming and profit guide of (100+4) goats

Frequently asked questions about goat farming in India?

Q.1) which is the best milk Goat breed in India?

The Jakhrana goat Breed is the best milk purpose goat breed in India. generally, they give 2 liters of milk per day which is quite much for goats.

Q.2) is goat farming profitable in India?

Yes, the goat meat has huge demand in India that’s the reason the price of goat meat is increasing every months. you can make a good income by doing goat farming.

Q.3) what is the investment cost for goat farming?

The investment cost depends on number of goats you are planning for. for the 10+1 unit the investment is 1.5 lakhs approx.


Commercial Goat farming in India is increasing fastly but the beginners haven’t enough knowledge about the business. here in this post, I have shared some of the basics that help to learn about proper housing, goat breeds, their disease, and proper care management of goats.

Before entering in livestock business have the proper knowledge about that is important.

Goat farming in Telangana State an opportunity for farmers in 2021

Goat farming in telangana is very profitable compare to other state

Huge money you can make if you do Goat farming in Telangana state. This is the state where meat demand is more compared to any other state in India.

Sheep and goat meat both are popular in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana state and the availability of meat-eaters in this state is 98%.

The demand for Meat in telangana state is more than its production. 

If you have your own land and start meat purpose goat farming or sheep farming in Telangana state then surely you can make good revenue.

Goat farming is not a new business for the people of Telangana, it is done from ancient times. People in this state love to eat meat in Dinners.

The future scope graph of goat farming is increasing exponentially, if you start this business from today then it will generate profit from the next year.

What is the Goat meat rate in Telangana?

I have never seen a downfall in the rate of goat meat. Currently per kg price of goat meat in Telangana is 700 Rs per kg approximately. This is the normal day price. The price on Sunday or festival day is different, sometimes it hits 800 Rs per kg.

If you are looking for meat purpose goat or sheep farming in Telangana state then you’re thinking right. Don’t be late, start soon.

The many traders are taking goats from the farm & shepherd and selling to butchers and making a good profit in this state. 

Year Price of meat
198020 Rs
199050 Rs
2000100 Rs
2010300 Rs
2020700-800 Rs
2022RS ???? will tough 1000 Rs

I am sure that in upcoming years the rate will touch 1000 Rs per kg.

Tips To start goat farming in Telangana

Step 1: If you are a beginner and know nothing about goat management then Before starting farm Take goat farming training first.

Step 2: Clear your objective, what type of goat farming you want to do for example meat purpose goat farming, milk purpose goat farming, breeding purpose goat farming, and Eid purpose goat & sheep farming.

Step 3: Grow your own 2 to 3 types of green fodder, if you have more land then also cultivate grains for concentrate feed.

Step 4: Don’t leave farm on labors. At Least give time to detect the goat’s health every day.

Step 5: Don’t sell goats to traders, sell directly to butcher.

Goat vs sheep farming Telangana: Which is best in Telangana?

Both are the best and can be done intensively. The price of sheep meat is more compared to goat meat. The reason for the difference is that sheep meat is softer than Goat meat. 

But, in taste goat meat is tastier than sheep meat.

You can raise sheep and goats together on one farm but you have to make Pen or raise them separately because The goat eats faster than sheep.

If you feed together then sheep will remain hungry better if you separate each other.

The demand of sheep meat is more compared to goats in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. 

The growth in the price of meat is increasing faster in telangana.

Profitable Goat breeds for Telangana

There are no goat breeds belonging to Telangana because of the partition with Andhra Pradesh. But the recognized goat breed of Andhra Pradesh you can see in Telangana as well. The breed’s name is Teressa.

The other breed you can raise in telangana states are:

  1. Sirohi
  2. Osmanabadi
  3. Sojat
  4. Beetal
  5. Sannen 
  6. Boer

Goat farming in Andhra Pradesh is the same as Telangana because the environment is the same in both states. The feed rate is also the same.

Goat farming subsidy in Telangana

The Government supports starting this business by providing subsidies. The Government knows the business is profitable because of its huge demand for meat and milk in this state. 

The subsidy is based on the caste system of India. There are 4 types of castes which are SC, ST, OBC, & General.

The Goat farming subsidy in Telangana state is 33% for ST, SC & BPL cardholders and 25% subsidy for OBC and general.

The Subsidy is provided By NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture And Rural development).  

You have to take the loan to get the subsidy.

What is the interest rate of Goat farming loan in Telangana?

The interest differs from bank to bank. The government bank like SBI, Bank of India takes less interest compared to other banks.

Generally the average interest rate is 12% approximately. 

The private bank also sanctioned a loan to start this business and their interest is to be 13% approximately.

Check how to take Goat farming loan from SBI 

Sheep population in Telangana

As per the 20th livestock census, 2019 Telangana emerged at number one position in the sheep population that are 19.1 Million heads.

stateSheep population
Telangana19.1 Million
Andhra pradesh17.6 Million 
karnataka11.1 Million
Rajasthan7.9 Million 

Frequently Asked Questions?

Q.1) Is sirohi goat breed best for goat farming in Telangana?

Yes, Sirohi goat breeds have the capability to adjust to any environment in India. It is the meat purpose goat breed that gains weight quickly. Suitable for meat purpose goat farming.

Q.2) Is milk purpose goat farming profitable in Telangana?

Yes, it is profitable in Telangana but you have to put effort to make your own market of milk for kids, infants, old age people, or in hospitals. Once you promote the benefits then you can sell goat milk up to 60 rs per liters.

Q.3) what should I feed to goats for more weight gain?

A balanced diet is much needed for better weight gain. The whole day diet includes green fodder, dry leguminous fodder, and concentrates feed. Give all the three according to body weight of goats.


Goat farming is a business that you should not leave on labor, you have to spend at least 3 hours every day to see the condition of goats.

The diet of goats should be balanced. The better you feed better you will get the results.

Livestock is a business that is always profitable in India. The goats are a good source of milk, meat, and manure. It requires less space to live compared to other livestock. Overall, Telangana is the highest meat consumer state of India, meat goat farming in Telangana is profitable and has great scope in the future. 

Starting goat farming in this state would always be a worth decision.

If you have queries in mind related to goat farming then feel free to ask in the comment section.

Kota Goat Breed: Most profitable goat breed of India

Kota goat is one of the profitable goat breed of india

Yes, it is right Kota goat is one of the most profitable goat breed in India. It is an unrecognized goat breed by the government but available in large Numbers. 

The best thing is that there are no organized farms in India working on this breed. If you can raise 100 pure quality Kota females then surely you can make a very good money from their kids.

The demand for this breed is increasing more and more the reason for the demand is their height and length. The male buck looks really beautiful and achieves a very good Bodyweight.

The long ears of kota goats give them a perfect look.

It comes in four to five mixed colors.

What is a kota goat?

Kota is the breed of goat that belongs to the Kota district of Rajasthan. Kota is the place where goat farming is not so popular but the region has a famous breed that achieves very good weight & height. 

This goat is a money making machine, you can also call it an ATM.

I personally like this breed because I like the punch face goat. This goat has a roman nose that gives it a perfect look, different from others.

Where can you get quality Kota goats?

Well, getting this goat is not a big deal but you have to search in nearby areas of Kota city, like Jhalawad, Bhawani Mandi, garoth, Bundi, and so on.

Finding the seller of this goat is a big deal because it is available in very small numbers.

There is huge demand for this goat in Bhopal, there are numbers of resellers in Bhopal who sell this goat breed.

Checkout the 100 Goat goat farming project report

How can I detect the Pure Kota Breed?

Well, it is easy to detect the purity of Kota male & female goat in just 5 steps, you can just simply detect this breed by following these steps:

Step 1: The height of kota males is more than Desi goats, they have long legs.

Step 2: The ears of this goat are long and folded. The length of the ear is 15 to 18 inches normally.

Step 3:  The Nose is an important part of detection. They have a big roman nose like parrot while the normal desi goats have flat noses.

Step 4: The horns of this goat is curvy in the upside direction.

Step 5: The weight of a Kota female or male is more than local goats. Normally this breed achieves 30 kg weight in 6 months on the other hand local goats of Kota achieve 18 to 20 kg weight in just six months.

Hope these 5 steps help you get a pure kota goat.

What is the Kota goat price ?

The Kota goat price is more because of their demand in the market. Generally, the price depends on age and weight. the Kota goat baby price is less compared to adults.

The 3 months old kota goat baby price is 4000 Rs

The 6 months old Kota price is 5500 Rs

The 9 months old Kota is 10000 Rs

The 12 months old kota is 14 to 15000 Rs

This price is for both males and females. This price we got from the ‘’Kota goat farm’’ which is located in jhalwar district of Rajasthan.

The Kota goat price in India is increasing every year, the demand of this breed is more than its production.

Kota goat weight chart

This is Kota goat weight chart is of male goats and this weight chart also gets from kota farm through WhatsApp conversation.

AgeBody weight 
Birth weight3 Kg
3 months weight10 kg
6 months weight25 kg
9 months weight40 kg
12 months weight60 kg 
24 months weight90 kg

This weight can be achieved on proper diet and timely deworming. 

Frequently asked questions

Q.1) what is the selling price of a one year old kota goat?

The selling price mostly depends on the seller but the price of one year old kota male is 20 thousands in normal days and at the time eid its price is around 30 to 35 thousands approx.

Q.2) what diet should i give to my kota male?

For the maximum weight gain you should add green, dry and concentrate feed in their diet according to 8 to 10 percent of their body weight.

Q.3) are kota goats suitable in stall feeding?

Yes, this goat breed is best suitable for stall feeding but for the exercise you have to provide some open space for their running and walking.


Hope you get good information about Kota goats. Goat farming with this breed is more profitable compared to other breeds. 

If you sell this breed in Mumbai at the time of Eid then you can simply double your profits.

If you are looking to start with this breed then you are going in the right direction.

If you have any queries regarding goat farming then feel free to ask in the comment section.

Barbari Goat Breed complete Information

Information about barbari goat

The Barbari goat is originated in Uttar Pradesh India. It is the Dual purpose goat breed that produces Milk And Meat in very Good Amount.  It is the most famous breed of India which Looks alike Deer. This breed is well known for its tasty meat.

Generally, this Goat Breed has the ability to set in any type of environment and any type of feeding.

The Barbari-goat performs well in Semi-intensive management system or intensive management system  (stall feeding).

This short breed is mainly known for Early Sexual maturity and the ability to Produce multiple kids in each gestation.

This Breed is also Found Karoli, Bharatpur, Dholpur, Districts of Rajasthan and Palwal District of Haryana.

Barabari goat comes after Black Bengal Goat in the fertility rate.

barbari goat image

Barbari Goat weight chart

this is the dwarf goat breed of India which has very high productivity but small weight gain capacity. most of the time Barbari goat kid weight depends upon how many kids have given birth by a goat. if the kid is single then their weight will be more.

  • Birth weight – 2.5 kg (it also Depends on No. of Kids)
  • 3 months – 7 kg
  • 6 months – 16 kg
  • 9 months – 25 kg
  • 12 months – 34 kg

it is medium size goat and the barbari goat weight in one year is approximately 35 kgs. it is proven and taken under stall fed condition.

Barbari Goat Price in India

this is one of the cheapest goat breed of India available in bulk in the Uttar Pradesh region. you can find easily and buy it at a very cheap cost compared to other breeds of goats.

in the near region of Uttar Pradesh, this goat breed has huge demand. the Barbari goat price in Bihar is around 7500 Rs (Adult goat). The average price of this breed price in India is 300 to 450 rs per kg also depends upon region to region.

the Barbari price in the Jharkhand area is around 8000 Rs. and Price in Delhi is approx 9000 Rs per Adult goat.

Barbari Goat Price in MP

first of i wanna tell you this breed is quite suitable for the environment of madhya pradesh. this breed can easily adopt on this state. This one of my favorite goat breed for the commercial goat farm . The Barbari goat price in mp is 450 rupees per kg because of increasing the demand for this brees price is also increasing day by day.

Barbari Breed Details & Profile

Breed Name Barbari
Origin Uttar Pradesh India
Normal Height 22-26 inches
Udder Size of Adult Doe Big
Coat Color Brown spots on White coat
Purpose Of Breed Dual Purpose
Size Category Small  Size Breed
Weight of Mature Male (2 years) 45 to 50 kg
Weight Of Mature Female (2 years) 40 to 45 kg
Age At First Kid 15 Months
Average Birth Weight of kid 2 kg (depends on No. of Kid)
Kidding Interval 7 months
Number of Kid Crops in 2 Year 3
Gestation Length 150 days
Repeating Heat Cycle  21 days
Single Birth Percentage 8%
Twins Percentage 75%
Triplets Percentage 15%
Quadruplets 2%
Average Milk Capacity 1.5 to 2  liter Per day
Estrus period or Heat period Duration 24 to 36 Hours

Barbari Goat Characteristics

It is the Dual purpose breed. it produces around 2 liters of milk per day, this 2 liter milk is enough for survival of  twins and Triplets. 

Barabri goat is considered best for the commercial goat farming or stall feeding system, this breed can be scale very easily in less time because this goat has the ability to give twins triplets and some time Quadruplets.

The pure quality breed found easily, and it is available in very large Numbers. Brabari Goat comes under the category of Profitable Breed.

Barbari goat looks preety and adorable. the breed give quick returns.

How to Detect original Barbari Goat?

The goat breed look alike Deer. The coat color is mainly Brown Spots on a white coat and White spots on Brown coat. The adult male has Beared.

This is the short Breed can’t say Dwarf Breed. which height is approximately 25 inches and Length is 30 inches. The eye Color of Pure Barbari Breed is Brown. The Bodyweight of Adult 1 year Male reach up to  40 kg, and the weight of 1-year female may reach up to 30 kg approx.

The Ears are horizontally straight and Horns are medium sized tilted towards Backside.  The udder is large size helps them to produce more milk.

The medium size tails hang Downward.

Barbari Goat Milk Yield

The Barbari is well known for its high milk yield they produce Approximately 1.5 to 2 liter per day which is very good numbers.  

The Barbari Goat milk capacity is at Peak level Between 4 to 8 weeks or (30 to 60 days) after kidding. At this Peak level of milk, production Goat required Enough dry matter in Goat Feed. So at that time 100 to 150 g of concentrate should be increased in the Diet of Does for the Better results.

The fat content in the milk of Barbari is 3 to 3.5 % and Protein Percentage is 2.5 to 3  % is noted.

the lactation cycle of barbari goat shows the capacity of milk production in liters.

Meat Production of this breed

Primarily, in India the Goat is raised for the Meat Purpose, this Goat is well suited for meat production. They produce fine quality Meat. In some areas of India it is believed that the short height Breeds like Barbari, Black Bengal Meat are tastier than the big size Breed.   

The Barbari  Goat gain weight approx 100 g per day in stall feeding Goat farming system or intensive management system. to achieve this weight they require Good quality feed with the mixture of Green, Dry forages and concentrate on the whole day of feed. 

The feed conversion ratio (FCR) of Barbari is good. the adult male achieves 40 kg live weight in one year, while the adult female achieves 30 kg live weight approx.

this graph shows how much weight gain by barbari goat in a year.

What should be the Feeding of Barabri Goat?

All the results come from good goat feed.if the Barbari goat feeding is good than the outcome result will be good. better if you give 250 gm of concentrate feed to single goat and 300 gm of concentrate to the pregnant goat. this should be given after grazing than the result will come outstanding.

The feed quantity given above will give you better productivity in milk and weight gain. the chances of multiple kids will become more.

How to Select Male Breeder Buck?

  • The male should be from Pure Barbari Breed.  it should be Healthy, tight and little bit aggressive.
  • The age of male should be 1.5 years and the weight should be 40 to 50 kg Approx.
  • The testicle should be the same size.
  • It should be born in twins.
  • Height and weight should be good. legs should be strengthened.
  • The Feed conversion rate (FCR) of the Breeder should be good.
  •  The Breeder should be Free from the Disease.
perfect Breeder of  Barbari Goat

Care and management of this Breed

  • The House should be well ventilated, Clean, Dry and hygiene for the Better Production.
  • The Goat Feed should Be Packed with All the Nutrients. The extra concentrate feed should be given to Breeder and Pregnant Goat.
  • Vaccination schedule should start from 3 months of age and all the vaccination should be according to the region to stay away from the major disease. Because Prior vaccination is Better than cure.
  • Both internal and external deworming should be done Post and prior Monsoon for Good health.
  • There should be a track record of every goat or all the age groups for better performance.
  • The minimum age of female should be 10 months for the first time mating and weight should be 20 kg.
  • Stay away from the overcrowding in the house.
  • Goats are susceptible to Pneumonia and Diarrhea. So there should be a pre-planned treatment for both the disease according to age.

Barbari Goat farming project report

project report plays an important role before starting goat farming business. if you are looking for the Barbari goat farming then it would be quite profitable for you. because the demand is increasing more and more.

i have made a simple goat farming project report so you can understand the business properly. how to do goat farming business and how much money you can make through goat farming business. after reading this project properly you can be able to make your own Barabri goat farming project report to get the loan or any other stuff what you are looking for.

Goat farming project report of 100 Goats

Advantages of Barbari goat farming and Why You should have to raise this breed in your Farm

  • The sexual maturity of Barbari Goat is Early, it starts the production at the age of 14 to 16 months.
  • It is the Dual Purpose Breed.
  • It has the capability to give twins, triplets and some time quadruplets.
  • This breed is short but it is quite good in milk production.
  • It gives rapid returns.
  • This goat breed has the ability to adapt any type of environmental condition of every region.

FAQ section about Barbari Goat breed

Q.1) What is the pregnancy period of Barbari goat?

The age of maturity of this goat is 9 Months Means This goat breed is ready for mating in the age of 9 months. the pregnancy period of female barbari is 147 to 150 days.

Q.2) what is the barbari goat origin?

This goat breed is originated in Uttar Pradesh, you can easily get this breed at cheap prices in Mathura, Agra, and nearby districts. This goat breed is also available in Pakistan on a small scale. This breed has the capability to adjust to any type of environment in India.

Q.3) What is the barbari Goat price in Mahrashtra?

This good looking breed has huge demand in mahrashtra specially in Mumbai. The pure barabri goat price in mahrashtra is 400 to 450 rs per Kg depend on the quality and appearance of breed.

Q.4) is Barbari Goat have demand in other states?

yes, Barbaribreed demand is increasing more and more because of their beautiful appearance and small size. The availability of this goat is less than the demand.

Q.5) what should i feed for maximum weight gain?

For maximum weight gain, you have to feed green & dry fodder in the morning and concentrated feed in the evening. This is the proven technique of well-known farm. feed the goat 3 times a day in 4 hours interval.

Final Words

it is one of the profitable and most productive goat breed of India. Barbari goat breed is one of the finest goat breed for stall-feed or for commercial goat farming. Most of the farms are generating good profit from this breed. The People of Uttar Pradesh and nearby states only Prefer this breed on Eid Festival.

Goat Farming Business Plan 2020 (Case study)

goat farming business plan 2020 complete guide

Before entering the goat farming business, knowing about the goat farming business plan is quite necessary to get success in goat farming.

Here in this post I will share the best plan that actually makes a tons of money for you. 

The most profitable goat farms work on the same business plan. This plan is the secret of  goat farming that only experienced goat farmers can share.

We share the step by step guide so you can understand properly, to know the whole plan read this complete post up to the end.

This business plan is based on the following points:

Spending too much money on the goat house is not good in the beginning, so better you make a low cost shed and spend the money to buy quality goats. the quality goats are the backbone of a goat farm. It’s my suggestion to all the newbies in this venture so they invest less money in the shed.

November goat training

What is the profit margin in goat farming business?

if anyone can do goat farming with full focus then he can make a very good income because goat farming is one of the profitable businesses in the agriculture sector.

you can make very good money if you have some own land to grow your own crops. generally, oats require green, dry, and concentrate fodder. if provide these 3 feed form your own land then you can generate a very good profit.

A 70% cost spent only on goat feed, if you give feed from your land then cost reduces and profit will increase much more.

if you are planning a goat farming business plan in India with proper planning management then sure it can profitable because the demand is more than production.

goat farming project report for bank loan

Importance points of How to set up the goat farm?

To set up a goat farm you need a goat house or shed to save goats from inclement weather. If you are doing commercial goat farming then you also need an open paddock area for the exercise of goats. If you don’t know how much space you need for 100 goats then read this post deeply.

Space requirement for 100 Goats

If you are sending goats for grazing then there is not too much need for an open paddock area.

To make a higher profit in commercial goat farming you have to grow your own green fodder and dry and concentrate you can buy from outside.

The house and feed are the two basic needs of commercial goat farming that you have to setup before raising goats in the farm.

Goat farming is one of the profitable businesses for small farmers and good money can be made if you do it on a large scale. A single male Goat can be sold in 5000 to 6000 if you sale for meat and it also depends on their weight.

If you raise one year for eid then a goat can be sold in 15000 to 50000 depending on the weight and beauty of goats.

 To know how much money you can earn with 100 Goat and want the PDF plan for that to read my post below

Goat farming project report

Goat farming project cost in India: How do you make goat farm?

The goat farming project cost in India actually depends on how you start it totally depends on your goat farming business plan. If you make a low cost shed and start with a less expensive breed than you can start with very less amount. 

The goat farming project cost also depends on how many goats do you want to start. You can start with 10 female goats or you can start with 100 female goats the choice is yours.

Let me share the Goat farming project in India by mentioning the requirement of the shed and other equipment needed to start.

Shed for goats 1200 Sqft300 rs sqft360000
Fencing boundary 400 ft17000
Feeders for goats53000
Waterers tub5500
Female Goats (barbari, sirohi)100700000
Breeder Male460000
Hand Chaff cutter15000
Total project cost1145500 Rs

The lobor, Green,dry and concentrate feed are the other regular expenditure on the goat farming which are included in the goat farming business plan. The cost of feed and labor and feed depend according to your place or state.

Commercial Goat farming business plan to generate maximum profit

The plan is based on the following principle

  • Breeding purpose goat farming
  • Meat purpose
  • Milk purpose 
  • Eid purpose
goat farming business plan 2020

These are the four major objectives of goat farming that makes money for me that I follow. 

I raised100 Female goats at my farm and 4 breeder Buck. I Do breeding the 100 females whenever they come in heat. Normally 3 to 4 goats daily comes in heat. And 2 to 3 goats give kids every day. 

In our farm 60% goats give twins and 25% goats give single the reaning 5% gives triplets.

We mainly focus on Breeding purpose goat farming and sale quality goats to nearby farms.

Secondly, we raised male goats and prepared for eid and the remaining goat’s sale for meat butcher for slaughter.

From the 100 goats most of the milk we feed to goats and remaining milk 4 to 5 liters of milk we sell every day at a very good rate.

I provide goat farming training every month and share my experience to my trainees. I am an experienced goat farmer and owns Indus goat farm which is located in Ujjain Madhya Pradesh.

Is training needed to start a goat farm business?

It is the livestock business,  to minimize the risk the Goat farming training is needed if you start from more than 20 goat units. Goat farming training helps you understand the business and how to do it properly. 

Of Course the goat farming business is profitable, many young entrepreneurs are looking to start this but they can’t do it with perfection. They start making mistakes and then learn from mistakes but to avoid mistakes and loss in the beginning take the goat farming training from a reputed goat farm and do your homework before starting this business.  

Goat farming business profit: how much you can earn?

No doubt, it is a profitable business because of the huge demand for meat and meat products. The goat meat is one of the costlier meat in India and the demand is more than production.

Let us understand the goat farming business profit. To take the maximum profit in goat farming you have to feed your goat maximum 10 rs per day because a quality feed gives the quality results.

Generally, goats give two kids in one gestation period so you can take two breeding in one year and two months or can say that 14 months.

So in 14 months you will get 4 kids.

Assume first two kids are male kids and second gestation is two female kids for an example to understand properly.

We raised two male kids for Eid and two kids of 6 months we sold it for slaughter.

Feeding cost

One female for 14 months or 420 days.

Two kids for one year 365 days for eid

Two kids for 6 months 180 days

Feeding cost is 10 rs per day

No. of GoatsFeed cost x dayscost
1 female10 x 4204200
2 kids for one year2×10 x 3657300
2 kids for 6 months2×10 x 1803600
Total feed cost15100

Sale cost

Two one year goat we sold on Eid at 15000 Rs each

Two goat kid we sold for slaughter at the rate of 6000 Rs

Female goat is left with you for next production cycle

Sale of goatsRate x no of goatscost
Two goat on Eid15000×2  30000
Two goat on Slaughter6000×212000
Sale Total42000 Rs

Goat farming business profit = Sale cost – feed cost

= 42000 – 15100

Goat farming business profit from one goat = 26900 Rs

The best part of goat farming which I mostly like after taking production and raising of the goat is that After selling and getting profit the female goat is remaining in the farm for next production that’s the beauty of goat farming.

This is the profit of one goat. You can raise 100 goats in your farm and follow the same goat farming business plan in your farm and make maximum profit. 

These is the ground level business plan to understand the business, the expenditure like labor electricity and medical cost is not included in it if you want to add then minus 5000 rs from total profit as expenditure to raise one year of the following goats.

You have to give your time and energy to make these profits because nothing is free in this world. You have to put your effort into the goat farming business.

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How to make your own goat farming business plan?

you can also plan your goat farm and you have to give time and imagination. you just need a copy and pen for that.

Step 1: first of all think about how much money you have otherwise you can also apply for a goat farming loan. Government is very serious to enhance the condition of farmers and give loans easily on the basis of your land.

Step 2: make a shed for a number of goats you are planning for also plan for their upcoming kids.

Step 3: Grow green fodder near your farm so you can provide it easily. variety of green fodder is good for goats. so always grow two to three types of green fodder.

Step 4: The number of goats are you planning for as per me goats under 50 is the best number for beginners.

Step 5: After coming goats in the farm vaccinate them properly for prevention of their upcoming disease.

hope you can understand goat farming business plan in India if you have any queries then you can contact us. our contact details is in contact us page.

Is meat goat farming Profitable?

The demand for Goat meat is increasing day by day, the current price of goat meat is 600 to 650 rs per kg everywhere and it will definitely increase in the upcoming days.

Meat goat farming is profitable in which you have raised goat for meat, you can raise female as well as male, according to me for meat, extensive goat farming is best in which you don’t have to spend a single rupees on feed, only you have send goat for grazing with the labor.

The profit is more in extensive goat farming because you don’t have to spend a single rupee on feed.

Frequently asked questions about Goat farming business plan

Q.1) which Breed should i choose for goat farming?

To starting a goat farming Business, the breed is one of the important part. you should always start with your local breed of your state. local doesn’t mean Unrecognised breed.

Q.2) Is goat farming business profitable?

Yes, the business is profitable. if you are doing with planning and proper management. you have to learn the basics to make a higher profit.

Q.3) How much money should i spent per day for goats?

The per day raising cost of goats should not be more than 10 to 15 rupees a day. you can spent more but se your selling market first.


Hope you understand the commercial goat farming business plan properly. These plans I personally follow at my own goat farm. These are some secrets I revealed in this post which no other goat farmer provides these types of profit-making information.

If you are going to start the goat farming business, my best wishes are with you. And hope you follow this plan at your goat farm with 100 female goats and achieve maximum profit with agriculture business.

If you have any queries in mind regarding this post then feel free to ask in the comment section. 


Happy Goat farming!

Goat farming in Nepal Complete Information for Beginners

Goat farming in nepal complete guide

If you are looking for Goat farming in Nepal then you’re at the right place. Goat farming is the best suitable business for this country because Nepal is known for its nature and greenery environment.

The large part of the greeny plus Hilly area may be beneficial because goats love to eat green fodder and half of their better health is dependent on Green fodder.

In the goat farming business, 60% of the total cost is spent only on their feed and if you control the feed cost then no one restricts you from getting success in goat farming. 

The Best part of this business is that it can be done by a man or woman. Goats come under the small animal category and their nature is very calm. The women or a kid can handle many goats with proper management.

What is the scope of goat farming in Nepal?

Well, the scope of goat farming in Nepal is increasing day by day because the hilly areas are considered profitable for goat farming. 

The Breeding purpose of goat farming is good. The youngsters of this country are looking to the future in this business because the goat is a good source of meat, milk, fiber, and manure.

It produces two kids in each gestation and the gestation period is short compared to other livestock. The market for selling goats for meat and for breeding is good. 

The people of Nepal love to eat goat meat that’s the reason it is one of the costlier meat in Nepal.

Recently I have seen the Boer goat farming in Nepal is increasing and getting fame because the characteristics of Boer goats are growing rapidly. 

Boer goats have the capacity to achieve 70 kg in just 6 months that’s the reason the farmers of Nepal are attracted to Boer goats.

Why should you start goat farming in Nepal?

Because of increasing the demand for goat meat in Nepal many young entrepreneurs are attracting to the Goat farming business. We wish them the best of luck to expand these businesses in the country.

Approximately, 60% of live goats in Nepal come from India, if Nepal has large green areas and all the required things for goat farming are available so why import goats from India.

This Is a business opportunity for the people of Nepal. If they raise goats on their own and educate the farmers of Nepal then they can cut the supply chain of goats from India.

If the demand of Meat is more then why should you depend on Meat for other countries.

Which type of goat farming is Best suitable for Nepal?

There are three types of goat farming you can choose any one of them. All three have their own pros and cons. The type of goat farming depends on how much land you have. 

Goat is the selective feeder, it eats the leaves according to their need and completes their nutrition requirement.

Let’s focus on the type of goat farming

1. Extensive Goat farming: 

In this type of goat farming, all the goats go outside for grazing for 5 to 6 hours and feed dry and green leaves according to their need and complete their Nutrition requirement. 

 In Extensive goat farming, farmers don’t spend a single rupee on goat feed. This is the old type method and old farmers work on the extensive goat farming method. 

If you have hilly areas near your farm then you can work on this method.

2. Semi-intensive goat farming 

This is the best method of goat farming which I like the most because this method is a mixture of extensive and intensive goat farming.

In this method, the goat goes for grazing outside for 2 to 3 hours, and the handful of concentrate fodder (a mixture of grains) given to the goats after grazing.

Health and growth wise this is the best method for goat farming in Nepal.

You can make a good income applying this method of goat farming in your country.

3. Intensive Goat farming or Stall feeding goat farming

This another best goat farming method in which goats don’t go outside for grazing. All the feeding and nutrition requirements of goats complete under the stall.

The green, dry and concentrated feed should be given to goats at the time interval and the open space is given for exercise and better health of goats.

This method of goat farming is increasing across the world and becoming successful. 

Boer goat farming in nepal

How to start Goat farming in Nepal in four steps?

Step 1: First of all, before buying the goats grow two to three types of green fodder crops in your farm area to complete the green fodder requirement of goats. 

The Berseem, lucerne, Hedge Lucerne, moringa are highly nutritious rich in proteins green fodder crops that saves a lot of your money.

To become successful in goat farming always grow your own green fodder and don’t buy from outside. 

Step 2: with growing green fodder crops make the shed for the goats, so before buying goats the house and feed is the most important part of goat farming. Do arrange these two things first. 

The size of the shed should be according to the number of goats and their kids. For example, if you are planning for 100 goats then you should also plan for their upcoming kids. 

Generally, a goat gives two kids in each gestation period, sometimes it gives a single. 100 goats also plan for their 150 upcoming kids. And 4 breeding bucks.

Step 3: Select the Breed according to the purpose of your goat farming for example if you are planning for meat purpose goat farming then select the breed which is best in meat production. For example Sirohi, Barbari goat breed is best for meat purpose goat farming

For breeding purpose goat farming Boer, Sannen, Jamunapari, Beetal, Sirohi, Barbari, Sojat are the best breed for breeding purpose goat farming.

For Milk purpose goat farming Jamunapari, sannen, beetal, Jakhrana are the best in milk production. You can select any one for milk production.

Step 4: After taking the goats on the farm, do their proper caretaking, breed best with best for higher production. Provide proper Nutrition to the goats.

if you are doing stall-feed goat farming then you have to provide calcium, liver tonic, and vitamins to the goats twice a week.

If you know nothing about goat management and their disease and are curious to learn then you can take goat farming training. In which you can learn all about goat farming from starting to end.

Final words

Well, In my opinion, Nepal is a developing country and in this situation setting up the goat farm in Nepal is the right time. 

But as per me Boer goat farming in Nepal has huge demand but don’t start with the Boer goat if you know nothing about goat farming, first of all, learn complete or get training and start with the local breed of Nepal after than come with the expensive breed then chances of your success will be more. 

Goat farming has a huge opportunity because this country has all the things which are required for goat farming.

If you have any queries and want to learn more about goat farming then feel free to ask in the comment box or you can contact us for any queries.

Happy Goat Farming!  

Goat farming in Maharashtra Incredible Tips

goat farming in maharashtra complete guide

Goat farming in Maharashtra is quite profitable. the goat has served as a useful purpose to people of Maharashtra from old times to today. In Maharashtra, goats are reared by all the three methods Extensive, Semi-Intensive, or Intensive (commercial) method.

Nowadays commercial goat farming is growing day by day because it needs low initial investment and profit ranges high in it. Goat is an important source of meat, milk, skin, and manure. Maharashtra is an agriculture-dominated state so goat farming plays a major role due to the availability of green and dry fodder, goats help a farmer in income generation in some dry region.

In recent years, some commercial goat farms in Maharashtra have emerged in providing substantial income to the progressive farmers.

Goat plays an important and vital role in providing nutritive food to families both in rural and urban areas of Maharashtra.

There are varying situations of agro-climate and socio-economic background of individual farmers wherein goat farming is a chief occupation among the farmers in Maharashtra. Goat can live in a limited area of grazing and it is the key role of semi-intensive Goat farming in Maharashtra.

Why should you start goat farming in Maharashtra?

First of all, I wanna tell you that the population of non-vegetarian is more in this state. you can make a very good income if you start goat farming in Maharashtra.

There are many breeding purpose Goat farm in Maharashtra, they are raising goat breeds like Sojat, sannen, Boer and making a very good income. they are selling their goats in fifty thoushands rupees per goat.

you can also make the same money if you raise quality breeds in your farm and sale.

How Much Money do you need to start goat farming in this state?

Well, if you have your own land, then you can start with less money otherwise you can take on a lease. if you start with the Sojat goat breed then you can buy a female for 15000 rupees.

if you have 5 lakh rupees then you can start with good numbers. if you start with a Sirohi goat then you can it would be your good decision, you can get one Sirohi female in 10 to 12 thousand rupees.

the choice is yours if you want to start with exotic breeds like Boer & Sannen then the investment cost will be higher.

Is goat farming training is necessary to start goat farm?

in my opinion, it is better to learn from others’ experience to avoid losses in the beginning. Goat farming is the business of livestock. they don’t tell a single word that I am sick, you have to understand from their situation.

So take the goat farming training from reputated goat farm to learn goat farming completely. the indus goat farm in the central india Madhya Pradesh provide goat farming training.

complete goat farming syllabus of indus goat farm & training center

Goat Farming subsidy in Maharashtra 2020

The Indian government sanction 200 crores rupees every year in the financial budget for Rural development and farmer welfare, anyone can take the benefit of it. The process is quite simple you have to apply for the loan in any on nationalize bank like state bank of India and bank of India etc. before the financial year.

you can take the benefit in the form of subsidy which is provided by NABARD (National Bank for agriculture and rural development).

There are a number of Goat farms in Maharashtra that are taking the benefits of government subsidy. goat farming subsidy in Maharashtra 2020 is 33% for BPL card holder/SC/ST and 25% Subsidy for General and OBC categories.

you can read the complete guide Goat farming loan from SBI if you interested in taking a loan.

Advantages of goat farming in Maharashtra

Goat farming in maharshtra subsidy
  • There is a huge demand for goat meat (chevon) in Maharashtra, people of Maharashtra love to eat goat meat in comparison to other meat. Therefore the price of per kg goat meat hiking day by day.
  • Maharashtra is an agriculture-dominated state and the goat manure is used as a fertilizer to fertile the farm. It is a part of income generation in goat farming. Many farmers of Maharashtra sale the manure throughout the country.
  • The indigenous goat breed (osmanabadi) of Maharashtra has higher reproduction rates.
  • No religious taboos against goat meat consumption in Maharashtra.
  • Goats needs low housing requirement than cattle.
  • Goat plays a major role in income generation, employment generation, capital storage, and rural development in Maharashtra.
  • Medicinal value and Low allergic problems in goat milk, Act as moving refrigerators.
  • The two large ports  ‘Nhava Sheva’  and ‘Mumbai port’  in a single state are the big advantage for exporting the goat meat to other countries. India is the second largest meat exporter in the world and Maharashtra play a big role in it.
  • Goatskin is a very valuable product with high added value, especially in European markets.
  • Goat starts production in 10 to 12 month of age its and Small gestation period is five months normally give two kids.

Other Advantage

  • The goat has the ability to double the capital in small time.
  • The government gives loan easily for goat farming in Maharashtra.
  • it is an important source of meat and milk, fiber and skin to the poor, landless and marginal farmers.
  • Goat is a friendly animal and can be managed easily by woman or children.
  • The farmers can make huge profit in festive season like Eid at Deonar Bakra Mandi in Maharashtra.
  • The returns are quick, and losses, if any are recovered soon. The poor can afford it in raising goat.
  • Zero input goat production system is changing to a more intensive commercial goat production system.
  • goat is called the poor man’s cow.
  • The goat has a great future in changing livestock scenario.
  • The goat sector contributes Rs. 22,138 crores to the country’s livestock GDP through the meat (Rs. 11,932 crores), milk (Rs. 5,513 crores), skin (Rs. 800 crores) and manures (Rs. 1,594 crores). The Maharashtra state plays a major role in it.
  • The goat has Less mortality percentage as compared to chicken.
  • Monitoring and record keeping can be done easily.

Goat farming in Maharshtra Project report

A project report plays an important role before starting any business goat farming is one of that. the project report also helps you in getting a loan. I have the 100+4 goat farming project report with PDF so you can easily download it.

this project report helps you understand how much money you can make with 100 female goats in 14 months.

This project report is applicable for all over India, it is a simple and easy to understand project report from start to end, you have to follow a simple technique and strategy if you want to earn the same money that I mentioned in a project report.

Note: this is the real goat farming project report of Indus goat farm they raised 100 Sirohi goats in their farm for 14 months and make this project report. this is the practical guide that helped thousands of goat farmers. check the project report

Goat farming project report of (100+4) Goats

Economics of Goat farming in Maharashtra

In India the total population of the goat is 135.2 million, Maharashtra ranks 6th position in the population of goats in India and nearly 8.44 million goats are in Maharashtra. supplementing family incomes and generating gainful employment in the rural sector, particularly among the landless, small and marginal farmers.

Few farmers practice modern intensive goat production systems and benefited from the latest technologies such as high yield breed, modern irrigation system, mechanization, and readymade animal feed. Farmers manage to sell the goats at Religious holidays and Eid Occasion with a good price and gain good profits.

Further, goats are readily cashable at any time. Their adaptation to stall-fed conditions and the manure quality of their voidings add to their popularity among the farmers of Maharashtra.

Suitable breeds for goat farming in Maharashtra


sangamneri is the local breed and best suitable for goat farming in Maharashtra found in Ahmednagar, Nasik, and Pune. it is medium size goat and the average weight of the adult male is 35 to 40 kg. it is found in black, white and brown color. The ears are pendulous, and the horns are twisted, It is a dual purpose goat breed for milk and meat. The lactation period of the goat is 120 days.

sangamneri local breed of maharashtra

Sangamneri local breed of Maharashtra



Generally, osmanabadi is a meat purpose goat breed. This breed is found in Osmanabad and Ahmed Nagar district of Maharashtra. it is well-heighted goat and the coat colour of this breed is black. The ears are pendulous and horns are twisted back.

The average weight of an adult male is 40 to 45 kg in stall feeding. this goat breed is largely used for goat farming in Maharashtra.

This breed produce more number of kids in their each gestation period

osmanabadi meat goat breed of maharashtra

   Osmanabadi local breed of Maharashtra


The other suitable goat breed can be raised under the climatic condition of Maharashtra are as follows:

Commercial goat farming in Maharashtra

The climate condition is very good for goat rearing in Maharashtra. Now goat farming doesn’t remain goat farming it became an enterprise. Many entrepreneurs came forward to this business and becoming successful in less time in Maharashtra. It became a full-time business for people who think differently.

  • Goat farming business in Maharashtra has a huge potential to grow and can make profit easily. There is a huge demand for good looking, aggressive and heavy goat (buck) on eid in Mumbai area and some buyers stand on a single leg and give lakh of rupees of single buck.
  • In Mumbai and Pune near region area some people taking land on lease and set the commercial goat farm and generating good profit.
  • Most of the area of the state has fertile agricultural land so not any problem of green and dry fodder if have own land.
  • The goat farming is considered an important agricultural activity in Maharashtra especially in arid and semi-arid areas where pastureland is available and low intensive systems are present.
  • The economic condition of goat farmers can be improved through commercial goat farming which will not only generate income for their livelihood but also contribute much to the nutritional and health security.

Goat housing for Maharashtra environment

  • Maharashtra has a typical monsoon climate with hot, rainy and cold weather seasons. Temperature varies between 22 degree Celsius to 39 degree Celsius, which is quietly good for the goat farming business many breeds can be rear with the local breed in Maharashtra.
  • Goat housing is to keep the animals as much as possible under the thermal comfort zone so that productivity will be optimum and another reason to protect from predator attack.
  • The housing shelter is to make keeping in view the number of animals needs to be housed.
  • the housing includes the total cover and the open area of the paddock.
  • The size of housing is calculated on the basis of the animal number and the space required per animal (i.e number of animal x area needed per animal.)
  • In commercial goat farming Goat housing or shed is one of the most important part of the business. It is a one-time investment cost of the business,
  • all the comfort and health of the animal depends on the type of shed. the shed should be clean and hygiene every time and the clean shed will be free from the disease.

Success stories of Goat farming in Maharashtra

There are so many success stories of goat farming in Maharashtra, who are making lakhs of rupees every year through goat farming. They are selling goats for meat and Eid. the Goat manure is also giving a good turnover to their farm.

I will not reveal the name but one goat farm in Maharashtra is selling milk 200 ml milk bottle in 150 rs because the goat milk is quite beneficial for infants and it helps in the proper growth because it is lactose-free.

success stories motivate to start a business but in my opinion, learn from failures of others. the goat meat has huge demand, you don’t need to think too much about marketing.

There are several places like infant Hospitals and other hospitals you can sell goat milk at a maximum rate. you also can sell goat on eid. and for meat, you can sell it in any meat shop. Goat farming in India has very much potential if you do with proper management and records.

Care and management of goats in commercial goat farming

  • Ensure that they have access to enough feed of good quality.
  • Ensure that they have access to clean water and Following a vaccination program against common diseases.
  • Check the internal and external parasites under control
  • Keeping sick goats separate so that disease does not spread to healthy goats
  • Making sure that any goats introduced to the flock are disease-free
  • Sheltering goats from adverse weather.

Basic care

If a goat does get sick it needs to be treated. More importantly, it is important to keep a record

of goats that you treat because if a particular animal gets sick often, it should be culled as it is a

weak individual and is not only costing you money but is also passing on its genes to the next

generation.Basic care of pregnant goat

  • The flock should not be overcrowded.
  • The use of antibiotic should be low
  • The feed and water should be clean and hygiene.
  • Pregnant goat section in the farm should be separated and away from buck.
  • The amount of concentrated feed should increase up to 200gm  for pregnant goats.

Basic care of kids under 3 months of age

  • During birth, time cut the naval and apply tincture iodine.
  • Don’t overfeed the milk to the kid. It causes diarrhea
  • Try to feed the milk 4 times a day according to the weight of the kid.
  • After 15 to 20 days from birth start to feed with soft green leaves.
  • Kids separate from adults
  • Allow vaccination after 3 months from birth.
  •  Keep farm record from birth to adult.

Vaccination schedule of the goats

Name of      
at age of
PPR3 monthsNot required3 years   1 ml
Goat Pox3 to 5 months    
1month     after  
first vaccination
1 year   1 ml
Foot & mouth disease  3 months3- 4 weeks
Post first
6 months or 1 Year
    1 ml
Enterotoxaemia (ET)3 months3- 4 weeks
Post first
6 months     2 ml
3 months 3- 4 weeks
Post first vaccination
6 months or 1Year
   2 ml

The health issues in the Maharashtra region

  • Internal Parasites
  • External parasites
  • Foot and Mouth Disease
  • Diarrhea
  • Pneumonia and contagious Ecthyma
  • PPR

All the above mentined disease are treatable the vaccination and medicines are available in the market.

”Don’t be afraid of being different, Be afraid of being the same as everyone else”


organic goat farming in india

Frequently Asked questions

Q.1) which goat is best for goat farming in Maharashtra?

Osmanabadi goat is best for raising goat in maharashtra for meat purpose goat farming and Sojat and kota goat breed is best for Eid purpose goat farming and finally the Exotic breed boer and Sannen goat is best for breeding purpose goat farming. So select the goat according to your purpose of goat farming.

Q.2) How can i get subsidy for goat farming in Maharshtra?

well, getting a subsidy for goat farming is not a big deal, getting a loan for goat farming is the task. so first apply for the loan, if your loan is sanctioned than ask for the subsidy form from the bank manager. if the loan is sanctioned the process is easy.

Q.3) is goat farming profitable in Maharashtra?

well, if others are making a profit than why you can’t. All have an equal brain use it to make a strategy to expand your business. it is profitable and there is a huge demand for goat meat in Maharashtra. the goat meat price is 700 rs per kg metro cities of Maharashtra and 550 to 600 in other 2 & 3 tier cities. there are 60% meat-eaters in Maharashtra. you are smart, you can do the maths and make plans.


if you want to earn a decent income with Goat farming and you belong from Maharashtra than start. it has immense future scope because it is the scalable business you can add goat in your farm as much as you want and definitely you will earn good money with goat farming in Maharashtra. the maharashtra is the Hub of Goat farming.

You will not face the selling problem if your farm is in Maharashtra region. The climate condition of this state is accurate fro goat farming.