The Saanen goats are a white or cream-colored goat breed, named for the Saanen valley in Switzerland. They are among the most popular dairy goat breeds, due to their high productivity and ease of management.
The Toggenburg goat, is a breed of milk goat, named after the region in Switzerland where the breed originated, the Toggenburg valley in the Canton of St. Gallen. It is considered the oldest registered breed.
The British Alpine goat is a breed of goat developed in the early 1900s. A standard British Alpine goat is black all over with white 'Swiss' markings. The British Alpine is a high-producer of quality goats' milk, and the breed can be found in many goat dairies.