The British Primitive Goat was once a necessity to life. Now with less than 1200 remaining, they are under threat of eradication. This species has a strong heritage to Britain, being the main milk producer for many medieval manors and feeding the cheddar cheese industry until the Swiss and Nubian goats were introduced. Unfortunately over the years they have built a reputation for being more than a little destructive, leaving them facing culls across Britain. With so few remaining it is vital to protect the bloodline and save this beautiful species from extinction.