Client's Angora Goat

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  1. gizmo

    gizmo AH ENABLER SPONSOR Since 2015 AH Ambassador

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    Hey guys, my local taxidermist just sent me a pic of an angora goat a client took with me last year. Not the greatest pic but the goat looks stunning. image.jpeg
     

  2. Witold Krzyżanowski

    Witold Krzyżanowski AH ENABLER AH Legend

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    Super picture Gizmo.
    I like it.
    Witold
     
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    Wow that thing is fluffy. How does it move through the bushes in texas? Also it seems heatstroke would be a problem for theses animals.:D
     

  4. gizmo

    gizmo AH ENABLER SPONSOR Since 2015 AH Ambassador

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    Oh man do they ever get stickers in their coats! They handle the heat just fine. They'll bed down in the shade during the heat of the day.
     

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    8 hours to hunt it and 8 weeks to curry comb out the wool!
     
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  6. gizmo

    gizmo AH ENABLER SPONSOR Since 2015 AH Ambassador

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    Lol that's right. The taxidermist said it took hoursssss to comb out all that hair. As a result they're a little pricey to mount but well worth it imo
     

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