|Schoonover Farm Fiber Goats|
|This is a page dedicated to the fiber producing goats at our farm in Skagit County, Washington. We currently have a Nigora, Angora, and Cashmere goats.
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We can be reached at email@example.com
|This is Brown Sugar being petted. He is our wether from our grey Angora doe Angie and our reddish-brown Nigerian Dwarf buck Cody. Brownie produces gorgeous brown cashmere type fiber which is fairly long in it's length and soft as can be.|
|This is a photo of the fiber on Brown Sugar.|
|This is a fleece shorn of of Angie. I usually shear her twice per year.|
|This is Angie, our Angora doe. She has gorgeous long mohair fiber that is a very grey color. She has been bred twice to our Nigerian buck and produced two black bucklings in addition to Brownie.|
|This is one of the fleeces shorn off of Shama. I has the cashmere fiber and the guard hairs still in the fleece. I shear him once per year.|
|This is Shama. He is our black Cashmere wether. He is strictly used as a fiber producer for dark cashmere fiber.|
|This is Mr. D, our most recent Nigora wether out of our Nigerian Dwarf buck Cody and our Angora doe Angie. I am looking forward to using his golden cashmere-like fleece next spring!|
|This is our new soon-to-be wethered red Angora buck before being sheared. He has a gorgeous red mohair fleece, although he is good at getting hay into it.|