The herd of the Bagot Goats originally roamed the pastures of Bagot's Park. They are called Schwartzhal, and a theory is that they were brought to England from the Rhône Valley during one of the crusades. The herd was a gift from King Richard II to Sir John Bagot. They have been famous for centuries and their unique appearance is the white body with the black breast and neck.

A Bagot Female and Her Female Kid
The Photo Was Taken at Ramshill Farm
A Herd of Bagot Goats at Blithfield
The Front of Blithfield Hall in Background