SIROHI
Sirohi goats are mainly found in the Sirohi,Ajmer, Bhilwara, Japipur and Tonk district of Rajasthan. The breed also extends to Palanpur in Gujarat.The breed is also known as Ajmeri, Devgarhi and Parbatsar.Large-sized animals. Coat colour predominantly brown, with light or dark brown patches; a very few individuals are completely white. Most animals are wattled. Ears are flat and leaf-like, medium-sized and drooping; ear length. Both sexes have small horns, curved upward and backward. Tail is medium in length and curved upward; tail length: 16.7 ± 0.14 cm (153). Udder is small and round, with small teats placed laterally.Average flock size is 60 (range: 10 to 200), containing 1 adult male, 42 adult females and 17 young.

Under farm conditions, kidding percentage: (5): 89.3% (328). Litter size: singles: 91.5%; twins: 8.5%.

Generally pure breeding. Males are selected on size from within flocks. There is some introduction of Marwari for increasing hair production.

Sirohi goat is a meat producing breed, and mainly raised for meat production purpose rather than milk. The breed is also raised for commercial meat productionin some large farms. Due to its vibrant color and beautiful features it is in great demand for sacrifice during the muslim festival of EID-UL-ADHA.