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They were developed in South Africa over the past 50 years from indigenous goats with resistance to a wide range of diseases and adapted to harsh environments ranging from the deserts to the tropics and also cold climates.

A Breeding buck can either be kept with the breeding does all the time. Or the buck can be kept separately and hand mated with the doe when it is in heat. If the buck is kept with the does until they all conceive, usually one buck is needed for 20 does. If the buck is brought to the doe only for mating, one buck is enough for 50 does. Farmers can upgrade their flocks more quickly by introducing Boer or crossbred Boer or Damascus cross bucks in their flocks.



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