Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_top position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_bottom position below the menu.

Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_bottom position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_top position below the search.
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Is there a ready market for mohair?

Mohair is a fibre that is in short supply but strong in demand and so the prices hold well.

We are always getting requests for mohair from buyers from all over the world and domestically, so this proves that there is a ready market.

100% of all mohair we have in supply, is sold including dags , stain and vegetated matter.

How do angoras improve pasture?

Angoras are browsers, which means that they eat a variety of plants and weeds.

Broom, gorse, thistles or most kinds of weeds are a delicacy to the angora goat.

Angoras will improve your pasture by eating the weeds. This will allow grass and desired pasture to grow. There is less need for herbicide use, so this makes it sustainable for farming.

Do goats escape from paddocks or is that an urban myth?

Angoras of today are not the goats of yesteryear which were bred from feral goats .

Today the angora goat is a domestic farmed animal that is docile, easy to handle and respects fences.

The only reasons goats may escape is the fencing is inadequate or there is not enough feed for them to eat. Both of these reasons are easily fixed through good management like ensuring fences are in good working order and that there is sufficient feed.

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Our current pool is open so now is the time to get your fibre to our warehouse. Please use our free transport service.

This pool will close on May 31 2016.