I don't like the idea of eating rabbits, so I discovered that an angora
would be good for me.
Two women who are determined to talk up its merits are Dorothy Dyson and Alison Hulley, who set up Snowdon Angora
to market this finest of wools.
The total number of detectable alleles in the fourteen studied loci was 105 and 123 for Australian Angora
and Cashmere goats, whereas it was 137, 127, and 120 for Mongolian GGS, ZB and BD populations, respectively (Tables 2 and 3).
A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said last night: "A tortoiseshell Turkish Angora
cat was taken on Monday at 10.
Three-year-old Doublebush turned out to be one of only around 2,000 Turkish Angora
cats in the world.
The wool from an Angora
goat or rabbit is very soft and fine.
Because of this unique characteristic, Angoras
require higher quality forage if they are thrive.
However in my hunt to find Nigoras, I did find a few Angora
does for sale and so I decided to just make my own Nigoras.
goats, prized for their luxurious fleeces, will be among the animals popular as income generators for smallholders on show at this year's Royal Welsh Smallholder and Garden Festival in May.
Or if you can find a copy of Completely Angora
, I highly recommend that.
No Welsh mill takes angora
wool, because it's so light and difficult to handle, so all Mrs Easter's produce has to be sent away to Yorkshire.
Rabbits also make great pets--before I got my pair of Angoras
, I had a little gray lop-eared bunny named Fumiko.