Posts Tagged ‘Jamnapari’

JAMNAPARI KIDS 2009 BATCH

Our 2009 batch of Jamnapari Kids out in one of the paddocks. Extremely friendly these bunch are.

JAMNAPARI DOE & 3 DAY OLD KID

Should have posted this before the ‘Jamnapari Doe & 5 Week Old Kid‘ post.

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JAMNAPARI DOE & 5 WEEK OLD KID

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This was the very last of the Jamnapari kidding arrivals for the 2008 season. Buckling weighed in at 3.8 kilo’s after a 154 day gestation.

JAMNAPARI BUCK

This Jamnapari buck is a poor representation of its breed. Taken outside Kuching, Sarawak, this is the kind of standards that are prevalent amongst most goat farms there. At most times it is not the fault of the misinformed farmer that they choose to upkeep such low standards but rather are a victim of sellers who promote these as full blooded Jamnaparis when in fact these are crossbred’s.

JAMNAPARI KIDS

Example of 5 month old Jamnapari Kids at The Kebun.

JAMNAPARI BUCK

An example of a average quality Jamnapari Buck near Kuching, Sarawak. They can come larger and much heavier. Supposedly for meat and milk, they seem to be used mainly for meat in Sarawak, but most stocks are prized and kept for breeding. There has been an upsurge in Goat farming in Sarawak in recent months and this breed is in high demand even prompting smuggling from Indonesia.

JAMNAPARI

I saw this handsome bloke last week. There is a clip of this fellow but i need to see how to upload it. Just learned that i can’t upload directly mpeg files. Bleh.

The name ‘Jamnapari‘ is derived from the location of the breed beyond the river Jamna (Jamna Par) in Uttar Pradesh, India. Long ways from home you are boy.

To have a look at a sample The Kebun’s Jamnapari Doe and her 5 week Old Kid please click HERE.