The Angora goat breeds' origins can be traced right back to the earliest times of the history of the Bible. Its most important part is its hair that it can produce twice than the average goat. Its mohair is similar to the wool but has smooth and thin texture and surface. It can accept dye impressively and made ideal for the creation of plushes. Both its female and male breeds are horned with the first much shorted and the males having more spiraled types of horned. Its weight can range from 180 to 225 pounds.
They are very sensitive especially when it comes to parasites compared to the sheep. Their meats are sold at low grade but acceptable.