The goat is a hardy domesticated ruminant animal that has backward curving horns and (in the male) a beard. It is kept for its milk and meat and is noted for its lively and frisky behaviour.

Interesting Facts
1) Goats can see 320 to 340 degrees in their periphery—everything except for what’s directly behind them.
2) Goat milk is the most popular milk consumed around the world.
3) Legend says that the goats discovered coffee, as goat herders noticed their animals were energetic after eating the beans.
4) Goats have incredible agility and balance; they can live in precarious rocky places and climb trees.
5) Goats can have an accent, just as people do, from different regions and countries. The same goat from a different region can sound different.
6) Goats are very picky eaters, and they are always looking to find the most nutritious food. They will often refuse to eat hay that has been walked on or lying around loose for a day.
7) Goats don’t like rain. They also have an intense dislike of puddles and mud.
8) Goats are very intelligent and curious animals. Their inquisitive nature is exemplified in their constant desire to explore and investigate anything unfamiliar that they come across.
9) Goats use the sneeze sound as an alarm, to warn others of danger, whether it’s real or just imagined.
10) Each kid (baby goat) has a unique call. Along with its scent, that is how its mother recognizes it from birth – not by sight.