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Owning an Oberhasli Goat

f you’re a cheese lover, or a hiker, you’re sure to become a fan of the Oberhasli goat. In the mountainous regions of Switzerland where the breed originated, they’re known as , or “chamois-colored goat,” in reference to their dominant chamois color pattern. Chamois, or , is described as a reddish-brown with a black belly, black legs up to the knee, a black stripe along each side of the face, a black muzzle, and a black stripe along the back to the tail. Beyond their striking

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