Cashmere Goats

Specializing in “red” Cashmere Goats only

Breeding Stock and Fiber Wethers For Sale

with natural colored cashmere fiber

for spinning and weaving.

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All goat breeds will grow a very short down fiber for winter protection but only Cashmere Goats grow a down fiber long enough to be used for spinning and weaving.  Developed in Australia and imported 29+ years ago to the U.S.A., Cashmere Goats are double coated goats with harsher guard hair on the body and a softer down undercoat fiber known as “cashmere” grown for warmth.

Cashmere Goats are one of  three recognized fiber goat breeds. Unlike the other fiber goat breeds, the color of the cashmere fiber is not the same as the body color and guard hair.  Cashmere is considered an “exotic” fiber.

Foxmoor Farm is a small goat farm located in the the Pacific Northwest.  We live in the Willamette Valley and our farm is in the hills above Silverton, Oregon.  We began raising Cashmere Goats in 1991.  We are goat breeders raising solid colored Cashmere Goats with good conformation and an even length and style of cashmere fiber. In 2003 we decided to emphasize a special color and now we have a herd of only “red” Cashmere Goats.  It took 13 years of hard work to achieve our goal.


All farm visits,

breeding stock and

fiber wether sales

must be completed

by August 1.

We close our farm

for the winter.

But we are available

by telephone or e-mail

if you have questions

about Cashmere goats

during the entire year.

Our advice is free.

[Website updated: April 3, 2014]

About Foxmoor Farm. The "red" color. Breeding Stock Info.. Fiber Wethers Info.. Our Cashmere fiber. Goats For Sale. Pictures of our herd. Events we attend. To contact us. Our Policies. Cashmere Goat articles.

Farm visits are always welcome but be kind

and please call or e-mail us in advance.

We are open for farm visits from March 1 to August 1 only.

We close for the winter and re-open in the Spring.

Foxmoor Farm

Located in Silverton, Oregon

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