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Estelle Estelles canal bears and Tod Teddies
Todmorden West Yorkshire
Posts: 370

here is some U K Lakeland mohair (fist catch your goat!)
These guys live a bit north of Yorkshire in the Lake district

gotobedbears Posts: 3,177

I WANT ONE I WANT ONE I WANT ONE  bear_wub   bear_wub   bear_wub

Can you tell i want one?

Gosh, they are soooooooo beeeeautiful are'nt they?  bear_wub

As i said before, we had a couple of goats for years but not this type - if El Tel would let me i would have a whole herd of these little babies.

Their cute little faces and posture is inspiring me to make a creature using the natural curls - i've got loads in all types of natural colours - oooooooooh i'm off to get sketching!

Why can't the days be longer, there's so much i wanna do  bear_shocked   bear_original   bear_flower

Penny - all loved up on GOATS  bear_wub   bear_wub   bear_wub

Oh, i forgot to say THANK YOU ESTELLE for posting these lovely piccies - got any more?????

Daphne Back Road Bears
Laconia, NH USA
Posts: 6,568

Oh, LOOK at them!
I want one too! Can I have one? Huh? Huh?

I LOVE those ears!!! (There I go with ears again!)

They look so huggable. Though I've had my experience with goats and those horns... as a small child I was butted down a hill by billy goat. Knocked the wind out of me and I had nightmares about that darn thing.

But LOOK at those guys....... awwww!

Thanks for sharing the pictures, Estelle!

WildThyme Wild Thyme Originals
Hudson, Ohio
Posts: 3,115

Oh my Gosh!  I want one too!!!!!!!! A baby one!  Beautiful animals!
Thanks Estelle for posting them!

Beary truly yours,
Kim Basta
Wild Thyme Originals

fredbear Fred-i-Bear
Posts: 2,243

Estelle did you take the pictures, are they on your farm, how are you involved with them ?
ok 1001 questions ?


Estelle Estelles canal bears and Tod Teddies
Todmorden West Yorkshire
Posts: 370

no I wish they were mine I found them on line when i tried to trace back the locally made mohair I buy. They are about 30 miles from where i live. I just thought they were so cute I had to share  bear_flower  bear_flower

patsylakebears Patsy Lake Bears
Posts: 3,442

Estelle they are so cute ..... thankyou for the pics

SueAnn Past Time Bears
Double Oak, Texas
Posts: 21,657

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Wonderful photos, Estelle!  The Hill Country of Texas is a huge source of angora goats.  Also, llamas (similar to alpacas) are big here.  Think Monty Sours of The Teddy Bear Lady raises her own llamas and spins the hair to make her creations.

BearBottoms 'Bear' Bottoms Originals
Ft. Bragg, NC
Posts: 2,465

Oooo, I've always wanted a goat, and I want one of these!!!  Do you think I could potty train one and have it in my house?????  It could be just like a dog... lol

I am liking the ears, too hee hee!  I'm one for floppy animal ears!

Kimberly W.

Dilu Posts: 8,574

This is terrible....and I apologize for my momentary inconsideretness, my first thought when I saw that big beautiful creature was:

WOW.....look at all those rovings....keep you going forever.

I know that was heartless.....and it truly was momentary....

Truly a magnificent animal.  Around here goats of all kinds are much loved....(they eat poison oak)....

Thank you for sharing Estelle

SueAnn Past Time Bears
Double Oak, Texas
Posts: 21,657

SueAnn Help Advisor, Banner Sponsor

Dilu . . . you weren't being heartless . . . the animal isn't sacrificed - just sheared, like sheep.  You may rest easier!  :hug:

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