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  1. Thanks , I’ve recently been searching for info approximately this topic for a long time and yours is the greatest I have came upon so far. However, what concerning the bottom line? Are you certain concerning the supply?

    • David Brown says:

      The profitability of farming Angora Goats for Mohair depends on three things.The expertise of the farmer (production cost,animal management etc.),the quality of the Mohair his Angoras can produce (Genetics),and the market for the Mohair produced.The market is strong for quality Mohair,and is likely to remain so due to world undersupply.The first two factors are under the control of the farmer,the market less so,but if the Mohair is of a high standard there will be less risk to the farmer as good Mohair is much easier to sell than Mohair of a lower standard.

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