This Angora goat was not raised and slaughtered for its hide or skull. She lived a long happy life roaming freely on succulent pastures producing mohair and Angora kids. She lived naturally on an animal welfare approved farm in Pennsylvania with 300 Angora herdmates. Her fleece was shorn twice each year to make high end mohair yarn for the fashion industry. With her age, her feet were weak and sore, she lost some of her teeth and couldn’t graze and eat adequately to sustain life, so rather than let her expire, her meat was harvested for human consumption and her spirit continues with her skull being appreciated by you and yours.
Size from back of skull to nose tip = 12″ Length of horns = 10.0″
wt of skull = 13.6oz
Skull cleaning is done with beetles and whitened with peroxide.