The Damascus goat, also known as the Jamnapari, is an easy-going and docile breed that originated in the Middle East. It is one of the oldest known domestic goat breeds in the world, and is well-suited for both meat and milk production. This hardy breed is well-adapted to its native environment, and able to forage and graze even in arid climates.

The Damascus goat is relatively large in size, with bucks ranging up to 135 cm (53 inches) in height and weighing around 96 kg (212 lbs), while does range up to 115 cm (45 inches) in height and weigh around 74 kg (163 lbs). They have a thick, muscular body and large, wide horns which can curve up or outwards. The coat is generally white or cream colored, and the head is decorated with a distinctive black facial mask.

The Damascus goat is known for its high milk yield, producing up to two gallons a day. The milk has a high butterfat content of up to 7%, making it well-suited for cheesemaking and other dairy products. The breed is also known for its quality meat, and the ducks are usually sold for either part of the carcass or as a whole slaughtered animal.

The Damascus goat is a hardy breed that is adapted to life in the arid Middle Eastern environment. They are drought-resistant and can forage for their food in areas where other breeds would struggle. They are able to go for days without access to water, and can tolerate hot temperatures.

The Damascus goat is considered a good breed for small farms, as it requires less feed and inputs than other breeds. They are fairly low-maintenance and can be kept with minimal inputs. They require little action from the farmer in terms of feeding and housing, as they can graze and forage on their own.

The Damascus goat is a popular breed for both meat and milk production. They are hardy and can withstand difficult conditions, making them well-suited for small farms in the Middle East. Their milk is known for its high butterfat content, and their meat is considered to be of high quality. They also require fewer inputs than other breeds, making them a great choice for small-scale farmers.