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Date:12/20/2014 4:18:16 AM
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Hi again,:). Glad you asked that question. The Myotonic breeds are not known to be a industrial class hair/fiber producing goat, however, they do produce some very wonderful cashmere. Especialy if you have the silky fainters. The fur/hair on the myo's come in short, medium, and long lengths. Ad a assortment of colors. The primary color is black/white. As for milk production, again, they are not dairy goats either. However, they are good milk producers. I am certainly no expert on them, but from what I have found, they are the most well rounded and versitile goat of all. There attributes certainly make up for anything they are lacking otherwise. I know we certainly love ours. I am actually going to Kentucky this weekend to pick up two more yearling does. That will bring our small herd total to seven. We have one wether, two first kid does and a pair of twin 3 month old black and white bucklings out of one of the does now. Check out whitmore farms on the internet for more fainting goat info. Hope this helps a little. Have a great farming day.
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