Angora goat

NOUN
  1. a domestic breed of goat raised for its long silky hair which is the true mohair
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  • And already the site of the house is undiscoverable, the location of the stone walls may be deduced from the configuration of the landscape, and I am renewing the battle, putting in angora goats to browse away the brush that has overrun Haska's clearing and choked Haska's apple trees to death. Chapter 37
  • From the toy bears on wheels, they expanded to the production of stuffed toy animals for which they utilized mohair plush, a new fabric woven from the wool of angora goats.
  • Herds of angora goats cluster on the banks, while in the shallows summer crowds of villagers cool themselves, scrub their cars or sit at fruit-filled tables ankle-deep in the water.
  • No, Angora angora fiber comes from rabbits. Angora goats produce mohair.
  • Their large herd of Angora goats that are sheared for the fiber the goats produce, mohair, are rounded up twice a year.
  • The Sunday Mail columnist and former Clothes Show presenter keeps a herd of rare angora goats at her Perthshire farm and is planning to market the socks she makes from their wool to upmarket London boutiques.
  • We enter a pasture of several hundred acres on our search for about 400 angora goats.
  • From the toy bears on wheels, they expanded to the production of stuffed toy animals for which they utilized mohair plush, a new fabric woven from the wool of angora goats.
  • Stock farming is mainly confined to sheep and goats, particularly the angora goat.
  • The authors evaluated the economic benefit from modifying local goat with angora goat in Sichuan.
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