Medium to large in size, Adamello Blond Goat is sturdy, agile and quick, its coat ranging from light brown to blond, turning white from its knee to its claws and on its belly. On the head it has two white stripes, running from the ears’ base to the muzzle. Its population, once much larger, was later subjected to a genetic remixing, due to the long lack of attention to mountain goat breeding. The now prevailing attitude is for meat production, even thoug with its milk ate also produced cheeses gaining the appraisal on the local market. Adamello Blond Goat is currently bred on the massif of Adamello, in particular in the areas of Val Saviore and Val Camonica (province of Brescia, Lombardy).