Sojat goats originate from Rajasthan in India. It is cross bred from the Jamnapari goat. It is primarily farmed for its meat as the milk yield is low, giving only 65kg per lactation period. It is commonly sacrificed during the Bakri-Eid Festival.
There is a great variation in coat color but they are generally white in color, and occasionally patches of tan or black are found on the body. The ears are very long, flat and drooping. Both sexes are found mostly without horned with short and thin tail. A thin growth of hair is present on the body, known as feathers. The breed has well developed udder round in shape with large conical teats. The weight of Sojat goats are very heavy and good for meat purpose.