The Sirohi goat is a small to medium-sized, hardy goat breed who is known for their resistance to diseases. Native to the Sirohi district of Rajasthan, India, this goat breed was developed in the 1940s and is well adapted to various conditions and climates.

The Sirohi is a dual-purpose breed, with a long, thick, white coat, and a striking black-tipped nose and ears. Its ears are long, erect, and medium in size. Males have a long beard and a long, V-shaped, and pointed horns, while the females have small horns.

The Sirohi is an excellent milk producer, producing an average of 3 to 4 liters of milk per day. They are excellent foragers and can easily find food on their own in both rural and urban areas.

The Sirohi is an active, friendly breed with strong social bonds. They are known for their intelligence, making them ideal animals for teaching children how to farm. The breed is also known for its good mothering abilities and for raising their young with care and attention.

The Sirohi has become increasingly popular in areas of the India due to its hardiness and its ability to adapt in multiple climates. It is commonly used for meat production, and can also be used for both dairy and hide products.

Sirohi goats are also known to be quite easy to manage, making them an ideal choice for small and large farms alike. They are known to be resistant to internal parasites, making them a better choice for those with limited pasture or feed availability.

The Sirohi is a great choice for those who want the benefits of goat husbandry without the headache of continually having to monitor their health. With their hardy nature, friendliness, and intelligence, Sirohi goats can provide a steady return on investment for any farm.