The Bilberry goat is a small hardy breed with a unique black and white spotted pattern. Originating in the United Kingdom, the Bilberry goat is a versatile breed that is used for both meat and milk production.

The Bilberry goat is a small animal with an adult size ranging between two and three feet in height. They have a medium-length coat that is generally black with white splotches on the head, neck, legs, and stomach. The head of a Bilberry goat is small with a white blaze, two black eyes, and two small curved horns. They have short, straight ears that are pointed at the tips and a short, dished face.

Bilberry goats are known for their hardiness and docile temperaments, making them easy to handle and an ideal choice for family farms. They are a dual-purpose breed, used for both meat and milk production. They have high-quality meat that is leaner than most other breeds and their milk is of excellent quality and flavor.

When it comes to nutrition, Bilberry goats are low maintenance. They can survive on forage and can easily find plenty of food in the wild. They love to browse and will eat leaves, twigs, and brush that other animals ignore.

The breed is known for its fertility and reproductive efficiency. Does usually have twins and sometimes triplets and the kids mature quickly. In addition, Bilberry goats have high lifetime milk production, making them an ideal choice for dairy operations.

The Bilberry goat is also an excellent choice for hobby farmers and small-scale producers. They are hardy and low-maintenance, and the breed is easy to find and relatively inexpensive. They are a great choice for anyone looking for an animal that can provide both meat and milk in a small package.