Species / International Ovis

Feral Goat

Capra Hircus


Free-ranging world-wide.


These are domestic goats living in the wild, either from releases or escapes from confinement. Domestic goats have been introduced throughout the world and have become feral in many areas. Feral goats include many domestic breeds, therefore a variety of colors, body types and horn configurations may be seen. The horns (both sexes) resemble horizontal corkscrews, rising somewhat from the skull, and then sweeping outward in a tight homonymous spiral of up to three turns.


The feral goat does not count for the 12 or Super 20, but may be counted for the Super 30.

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