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In Reply to: American vs. Purebred posted by Leah on August 19, 2001 at 12:53:23:
The difference between the American and a Purebred is the backgrounds. The terminology means that Ok, heres an example:
i raise Alpines, Alpines are registered as both American and French or Pure. i also rasie both. The American term began after folks were dipping into other breeds of dairy goats to improve the Alpine breed. this created a big fuss and so the term for the ending 5 generations that would then be considered registerable as an Alpine was American. You cannot adulterate a French or Pure line, it must always be bred to that or else you will have a american. Did this help? Or did i confuse you more? Let me know.
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