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Alex and I are native Oregonians and live on Mithrl Farm outside of Sandy, Oregon.
We were thinking about getting Pygmy goats five years ago for the blackberries and our daughter told us to look at Pygora's, we fell in love with those fuzzy kids.
Pygora's are a very loving animals. They produce a wonderful exotic and rare fiber.
Pygora's are a cross between a Pygmy goat and an Angora goat.You can get three types of fiber from them.Type A- Kid Mohair, B-a cross between Kid Mohair and Cashmere,and C-Cashmere.We are very lucky to have 17 Pygora's and all three types of fiber.
We have taken our goats to fiber festivals and received several ribbons, including two Grand Champions and one Judge's Choice. They keep us busy from shearing to spinning to crocheting which my father had taught me.
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  • Joined November 26, 2010

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About

Alex and I are native Oregonians and live on Mithrl Farm outside of Sandy, Oregon.
We were thinking about getting Pygmy goats five years ago for the blackberries and our daughter told us to look at Pygora's, we fell in love with those fuzzy kids.
Pygora's are a very loving animals. They produce a wonderful exotic and rare fiber.
Pygora's are a cross between a Pygmy goat and an Angora goat.You can get three types of fiber from them.Type A- Kid Mohair, B-a cross between Kid Mohair and Cashmere,and C-Cashmere.We are very lucky to have 17 Pygora's and all three types of fiber.
We have taken our goats to fiber festivals and received several ribbons, including two Grand Champions and one Judge's Choice. They keep us busy from shearing to spinning to crocheting which my father had taught me.
We thank you for reading our Bio and we hope that we have sparked your interest in our items.

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