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Angora Goat

Overall satisfaction

5/5

Acquired: Breeder

Gender: Both

Appearance

5/5

Temperament

5/5

Easy to provide habitat

5/5

Health

4/5

Tolerance for heat

5/5

Tolerance for cold

4/5

Meat production

2/5

Milk production

3/5

Fiber quality

5/5

Commercial value

4/5

Angora goats

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Posted Aug 05, 2011

I have been raising angora goats for 24 years. I have also raised several other goat breeds and breeds of sheep. I have found that Angora Goats make the most income for us overall.They are easy for me to work with by myself, including handling such as shearing, foot trimming, deworming, birthing, etc. They are a wonderful addtion to any small ruminant situation. You will need three things to do well with any small ruminant, especially Angora Goats; good shelter, good fencing and a livestock guardian to protect them. They also need clean water, decent feed to grow that mohair and kids, a good mineral and a good de-worming program. You will need to be able to shear them twice a year. I am happy to try and answer any further questions about these amazing, fun, beautiful animals.
Lisa Shell
Kai Ranch/ Kai Mohair

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