The Murciana goat is a small-to-medium sized animal with long, strong legs, a wide body, short ears, a long neck, and a straight profile. It has a short, fine hair coat which is usually white with a reddish-brown tinge. The breed has become increasingly popular in recent years as a dairy animal due to its high quality milk production.

The Murciana goat is considered an all-around hardy animal that is capable of adapting to different climates and climates. It is known for its hardiness and is well-suited for dry, arid climates. It is also known for its good temperament and for being an affectionate, friendly animal.

The most common milk production from the Murciana goat is between 1500-2500 liters per lactation. It has been noted that the breed is able to convert feed to milk better than other dairy goats and is therefore more productive in terms of milk production.

The breed is known to have a higher milk fat content than other dairy goats which makes the milk more desirable for cheese making and other products. The milk is also known for its sweet, mild flavor.

Unlike other dairy goats, Murciana goats tend to be high yielders which means they can produce large quantities of milk in a shorter amount of time. While this breed of goat is more suited for dry climates, they can also be kept in a variety of climates and environments.

The Murciana goat is also known for its strong resistance to disease. It is believed to have a lower incidence of mastitis and other milk related diseases. The breed is also known for its ability to calve without assistance.

Overall, the Murciana goat is a great choice for farmers and small holders. It has excellent milk production, is hardy and disease resistant, is friendly and affectionate, and is suitable for a variety of climates and environments.