The Arapawa goat, feral for centuries on a remote island in New Zealand, is a unique source of hardy genes, providing a thrifty, self-sufficient nature. The breed is a precious resource for goat biodiversity and needs urgent conservation.
Argentine Criollo goats are hardy native breeds adapted to variable harsh conditions in northern and central Argentina and vital to rural economies.
Myotonic goats or Tennessee fainting goats are a unique American landrace of the southern states. They are the perfect multipurpose breed for the region’s conditions and climate.