According to the traditional rules of nature, the chagi (mother goat) gives milk, but in Gaibandha ‘a goat gives milk’. The goat is not only milking, but also breeding. This incident has created a sensation among the locals.
Go to Chachakka village of Sahapara Union of Sadar Upazila and see that the goat is tied to a tree in a garden next to the house. People are flocking to see it. At that time, in front of the people present, the owner milked about half a kilogram of milk from the cow’s butt.
The Department of Animal Husbandry says that using the goat for breeding and giving milk at the same time is completely new to them.
District Livestock Officer Masudar Rahman told the news that I started monitoring the matter with a veterinary surgeon.
We started record keeping to see if the goats that bred with the ram get pregnant and what kind of kids the pregnant goats produce in the future.
At the same time, he informed that the milk will sent to Dhaka for testing whether it is healthy and suitable for consumption.
Monarul Mia, the owner of the cow, told the news that he deals in cattle (cow trader). He went to Pahartali in Chittagong for business. There he found the letter by an old woman by the wayside. Later he bought the goat for 35 thousand rupees. He surprised when he first saw that goats give milk. He also said that the goat gives half a kilogram of milk every day.
Several people who came to see the goat said that it was the first time in their life that a goat gives milk. Some people think that this is a miracle.
Another person said that goat’s milk looks like cow’s milk but this milk is very tasty.