Background and Objective: Extended lactation has been implemented to increase milk yield in limited case. There is need further investigation in term of milk composition, fatty acid profile and milk flavour as recommendation for further implementation. Materials and Methods: The study lasted from July-September, 2017, used thirty lactating Etawah Crossbred goats in small farms of Sleman, Yogyakarta. Samples were collected from normal period and extended lactation which lasted for 2-3 months and longer than 10 months, respectively. The data on milk yield, composition, physical quality, fatty acids profile, sensory properties and nutrient consumption were measured on samples of 14 consecutive days. Assessments were done in Faculty of Animal Science and Integrated Research Laboratory, Universitas Gadjah Mada. Statistical analysis used ANOVA and Kruskal Wallis test and were processed with SPSS programme version 16. Results: Extended lactation did not affect milk yield and nutrient consumption of goat but caused higher content of milk fat, protein, total solid, acidity, caprylic, capric and total short-chain fatty acids in compared with normal lactation (p<0.05). The average values were 5.33, 4.40, 15.85, 0.30, 1.99, 9.10 and 12.13% vs. 3.75, 3.64, 13.55, 0.26, 1.69, 7.09 and 9.76% of total fatty acids in milk, respectively. Fatty acid profile did not associate with milk flavour. Conclusion: Composition, acidity and short chain fatty acids content in milk of extended lactation were higher than in normal period but did not change milk flavour.