Geordie (Dean Wilson)
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|details||With less than 100 breeding females the Bagot is a critically endangered animal. This ancient native is one of the oldest types of goat in the UK today. Richard II introduced the animals when returning from the Crusades in the 1380’s. The name is derived from the Bagot family who owned the earliest known herd which roamed wild in Bagot’s Park.
The name Gateshead is thought to have originated from the term ‘goats head’, derived from the headland where wild goats grazed.
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