About Us

We are probably the only company in India to supply premium goats of wide variety of breeds. Procuring a particular breed from its own hometract and directly from farmers requires a few qualifying factors like knowledge of geography, language, ability to travel long distances, local connections and adaptability to various climatic and cultural conditions. Being in the business for eight years BreedShoppe proudly establishes its monopoly in this field.

We pick Sirohi, Parbatsari and Karauli from Rajasthan, Beetal from Punjab, Barbari and Jamunapari from Uttarpradesh, (the later from the infamous chambal ravines). Handpicked right from its respective home tract and from its rightful owner; one goat at a time! And as for numbers hardly 5000 goats supplied since our inception. That's much lesser than our closest competitors for whom quality is the last thing for a goat that's loaded in the vehicle, headed for the delivery.

But what really sets Breed Shoppe apart is the profound understanding about difficulties a farmer may have to go through when he decides to buy an animal from a different geological region than his own. It is this understanding that is driving us through the entire process of procuring our pick goats from a variety of localities , hold them for a stipulated quarantine period, watch for any signs of illness and short-comings, and SLOWLY ACCUSTOM THEM TO A FEEDING AND MANAGEMENT REGIMEN THAT WE WERE GOING TO RECOMMEND TO OUR END CUSTOMER. This whole process is so clinical that it will most definitely make even the most qualified professionals in the field inferior.

And we wish to carry this tradition of superior parent stock management in to the next decade for a few valid reasons. Most important of them is the increased possession of land consisting vegetation in the form of goat fodder to accommodate increasing human population. Traditional goat breeders now find it difficult to break-even by feeding purchased fodder and feed materials. And also traditional goat breeding was with relatively extinct old generation and the new generation have found more comfortable means for a living.

On the contrary modern goat breeding practices rely on cultivated fodder and mostly on by-products of grain and oil industry. By following this technique we believe to sustain and build parent stock flock that is diverse in terms of breed and reliable in terms of adaptability and performance.