Mohair is usually a silk-like fabric or yarn made from the hair of the Angora goat. Both durable and resilient, mohair is notable for its high luster and sheen
Mohair Council of America (USA): Mohair Council of America. They are a one of a kind organization exclusively dedicated to a one of a kind commodity 'Mohair' the luxuriant fleece of the Angora Goat. Their main job is promoting American mohair and finding viable worldwide markets for this unique commodity. They are located in San Angelo, Texas, on the edge of the famed Edwards Plateau. This rugged, semi-arid ranching region, is prime goat country. It has long been home to many of the finest Angora goat breeding flocks in the world. Fully 90 percent of the U.S. Angora goat population grazes within a 150-mile radius of their national headquarters.
Mohair Australia Ltd.. (Australia): Mohair Australia Limited is the peak mohair organisation in Australia. With some 350 members and offices at ABRI at the University of New England, Armidale. The company oversees the registration / recording of the Angora Breed and coordinates activities of the wider mohair producing industry.
Mohair South Africa (South Africa): South Africa currently produce more than 60% of total world production. In realising the responsibility that goes with being the most reliable source of quality mohair, Mohair South Africa was established to perform functions aimed at the advancement of the entire mohair industry.
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