How is cashmere made?


Cashmere is luxuriant wool which is silken feel, feather-light weight, and its appreciable status makes it highly desirable. Cashmere is the wool or fur of the Kashmir goat and is harvested from the goats during their annual moulting season through the shedding or the shearing of their down. Kashmir goats are primarily raised in Mongolia, but many are bred in Iran, Tibet, India and China. Cashmere goats are not sheared, like other goats and sheep.
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Cashmere goats.
Special goats called cashmere (or Kashmir) goats. There are quite a few breeds that produce the required downy undercoat. The wild goats from Asia look something like this. There
Cashmere wool, known as cashmere, and sometimes known as Pashmina, is a
Cashmere wool is wool obtained from the Kashmir goat. The name derives from an archaic spelling of Kashmir.
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The cashmere material comes from the undercoat of the Kashmir goat and other Central Asian 'down goats'. The outer coat of the Kashmir goat is coarse, and therefore the cashmere material has to be separated from the coat prior to processing.
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