Do they? How warm does it need to be for them to blow their coats? I've seen a couple references to angoras blowing coats, but I haven't found any details. I guess this is another to shear or not to shear question, since we have 4 angora goats in a pasture with just a 3-sided shelter without heat. The mothers with kids and our buck and wether have been sheared already, but they are in a barn with a heat lamp. It's been in the 50's and 60's during the day so I'm worried about them blowing their coats, but it will drop into the upper 30's and lower 40's at night later in the week so my wife is worried about them getting cold. Looking at them today it looked like they are losing their locks so I'm concerned about them blowing their coats, but my wife thinks they are fine. Another reason we want to know for sure whether angoras blow their coats is that on the goats we sheared, we didn't shear well around the udders, heads and male private parts for fear of cutting them. FYI, we've had goats for over a year but just switched to angoras this winter, so we've only had most of these goats for just 2-3 months.