The Dutch Toggenburg goat is a medium-sized breed of goat known for its high milk production. It is a popular dairy goat breed due to its ability to produce up to 4 liters of milk per day, and its milk is commonly used in cheese, yogurt, and other dairy products. The Dutch Toggenburg breed originated in the Toggenburg Valley of Switzerland and were first imported into the Netherlands in the late 19th century.

The Dutch Toggenburg is a medium-sized goat, with does (females) and bucks (males) weighing between 77 to 154 pounds. They are double-coated with a long guard hair over a dense undercoat. The most common coloration is white with a light brown or gray marking on the face, along with black markings on the ears, muzzle, and feet.

The Dutch Toggenburg is hardy and adaptable, doing well in various climates. They are known for their docile temperaments and are good-natured animals that enjoy human contact. They also have good feet and are good foragers, browsing on trees, shrubs, and grasses.

These goats produce a high-quality, creamy milk that is rich in butterfat. In addition to its use in various dairy products, the milk is also popular for making soap. Since Dutch Toggenburgs are high producers of milk, they must be fed a nutritious diet to maintain their production.

The Dutch Toggenburg is an easy to manage breed, and due to their production capabilities and temperament, they are well suited for both large and small farms. They can be used for both milk production and meat, as their meat is considered to be of a higher quality than most other dairy goat breeds.

The Dutch Toggenburg is a hardy and productive breed, and they make great additions to a small farm or a rural lifestyle. They require minimal care and have an easy-going temperament that makes them easy to handle. With proper care and nutrition, the Dutch Toggenburg can provide a good return for those looking for a reliable source of milk and meat.