Cashmere Goats

Cashmere fleeces yield the most luxurious fiber in the world! A human hair averages 70 microns in diameter. To qualify as cashmere, one strand of fiber must be under 19 microns in diameter. Through selective breeding, American breeders strive to produce quality animals and quality cashmere 14-17 microns 

Our herd of cashmere goats have been handpicked from pioneering breeders in the State of Washington and Montana. 
Cashmere goats are hardy animals and the does are excellent mothers. 

From January to March, when daylight hours begin to increase and animals begin the shedding of undercoats of fine cashmere, the goat fleece is either combed out by hand or sheared. The fleece is sent off to be processed at special mills to separate guard hairs from the cashmere. It is then cleaned, carded and spun into yarn. After all this, each goat, on the average, produces only about 3-4 ounces of marketable cashmere a year.
Cashmere goats do best on natural vegetation to produce the highest quality of fiber. Our goats have the run of our mountain pastures and woods, feeding on native vegetation, grasses and brush.

They are great weed eaters, improving the condition of pasture and land, eliminating many noxious weeds and brush. They add a quiet, peaceful presence on our property.

Cashmere Goat Price List

Breeding Stock : Fiber analysis 
Proven Bucks: $400 
Unproven bucks 6+ months: $300 
Proven Does: $300 
Unproven does 6+ months: $250 
Bucklings and Doelings under 6 months: $200 
Wethers: $150 
Spinners flock :(5) wethers: $500 Meat Goats: Email for price list