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  1. This Angora Billy reminds me of the drought of the fifties. Dad bought his first chain saw and we cut live oak for the goats during the drought. We had several years of clip of mohair stored in the warehouse at Ingram, Texas waiting to be sold. Thank goodness it finally sold. We survived the drought but some of our rancher friends in Kimble County didn’t. When dad died morehair lost its government subsidies and I sold out for around 3 dollars a head for young nannies. Look at goat prices today…………..We enjoy your Angora Chronical.

               Hope you are well,  

    Harold Jobes

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