Distribution : The breed is found in Jhakrana and few surrounding village near Behror, of Alwar district of Rajasthan. The breed is large and also a good dairy type.
|Size (Average)||Adult Male||Adult Female|
|Body weight (kg)||55||45|
|Body length (cm)||84||77|
|Chest girth (cm)||86||79|
Animals are large and predominantly black with white spots on ears and muzzle. The breed is very similar to Beetal, the main contrast is that Jhakrana is comparatively longer. I has highly developed udder. Forehead is slightly bulging.
Milk: These goats are used mainly for milk production. Average daily milk yield varies from 2.0-3.0 kg for a lactation length of about 180-200 days.
Kidding: These are prolific. Kidding is mostly single but in 40% cases twins are given birth. Triplets are not uncommon.
Skin: The goats are also useful meat producers, and their skins are popular with the tanning industry.