for people who love the littlest dairy goats
Moonspots are basically just dark spots rather than white spots, so that's probably one. They are genetic, so a goat won't have them unless one of its parents had them. But unlike blue eyes, which are super obvious, sometimes moonspots are not as obvious, especially if a goat only has a tiny one. I got moonspots into my herd from a goat that looked totally chocolate to me. Her papers said she had a moonspot, but I was new and had my doubts. There was no doubt when she started throwing kids with moonspots!
How neat! I know her mother doesn't have any... she's a buckskin, but her father is also gold like her and I believe he may have moonspots. I guess I'll know for sure if any of her kids turn out moonspotted!