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Whether you utilize the fiber for felting, crocheting a sweater, or adding that realistic touch to a doll, you can be certain our mohair fiber meets the industry standard. Our goats have data and statistics to prove...

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Angora goats are sheared twice a year and produce between 10 and 16 pounds        (4 – 6 kg) of mohair per year. Wethers (castrated males) tend to produce more than does.

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