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Young Female Goat: Doeling

Adult Female Goat: Doe

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A female goat can become pregnant when she is one year old.


The goat must be MORE than eight mos. old.


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"Goat" is a generic term for the animal and refers to both genders. A male goat is called a "Billy Goat" and a female goat is called a "Nanny Goat". A young goat is called a "Kid".


a billy goat is a female goat


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A female goat is called a doe, like a deer. Sometimes it is called a nanny, and I recommend that word unless you are talking with goat experts, as people sometimes get confused with the term doe.


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Young Female Goat: Doeling Adult Female Goat: Doe


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A nanny goat is a female goat also known as a doe.


Baby female goatYoung female goat are called does, doelings, or nannies.


A female goat has to breed to produce milk. So in order to make milk it has to be old enough to breed, usually about a year old.


A female goat is called a doe or nanny, a mother goat is called a dam, and a young female goat is a doeling or a kid.


There are those that call a female goat a Nanny. However, among the registered goat population, a female goat is called a Doe.


She has to have kidded so at least two years old.


female goat is called a doe


Yes, a female goat is a doe.


we call the female goat as sheep


Correct. Also, Young Female Goat: Doeling Adult Female Goat: Doe


A doe or nanny.a mature female goat is called a Nanny Goat


The female equivalent of a (male) billy goat is a nanny goat.



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