Raised Mainly For Fiber Production.
Production of Milk: up to 1 liter a day.
Not just for fiber production but amazing 4-H project animals.
Pygoras goats are a beautiful breed of goat developed by crossing registered Pygmy goat and a white Angora goat. They were developed in the USA and even down to the state of Oregon by breeder. The Pygora is mainly raised for fiber production and was a result of a purposeful cross which developed a small goat that produce the finest fiber for hand spinning and also produce three distinctive types of fleece. Pygoras come in a variety of colors, varying from white, red, brown, black, gray and even a mix of those colors.
Although mainly raised for fiber productions, they can also be used as a dairy animal producing one liter of milk a day per doe and as pets and 4-H projects.
Some Pygoras are also shown in and Oregon Flock and Fibre Festival, which is the only show outside Fair / 4-H.