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Hello to all,
I am a new member located in northwest Arkansas. I have had a few minature goats for the last few years to keep the fence lines of my miniature horse pastures clear. About a 4 weeks ago a friend introduced me to a pair of Pycazz that she had a her farm for a visit. I fell in love with the gental personality and super soft fleece. Now a few weeks later I own 7. I now have plans of "growing" my own yarns for weaving. I have been raising miniature horses for the last 8 years. This year I added miniature donkeys and the Pycazz. Any tips on raising and care will be greatly appreaciated.

SweetPea :horse:
 

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Welcome to The Goat Spot!

I'm a total newbie and am learning lots from the great people here.

I've also never heard of a Pycazz - do you have a picture?

I love miniature horses - I'd love to see pictures of yours! I've got a Belgian and American Saddlebred ... definitely the opposite size side of horses.
 

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Welcome SweetPea. Glad you are here :wave:

If I am correct, ewhat you are calling a pycash is really a Pygora with Cashmere type fleece, is that correct? I know Pygora's have a A, B or C type fleece. I is Angora type, it has to she shorn off, B is a little like Angora and a little lie Cashmere. Some has to be shorn off but some will come off with the comb, and the C is Cashmere type fleece, just not with the Micron Count that Cashmere has.
I think that is great that you have grown your herd so fast. It is very easy to do that, The are so darn cure that you just can not get you fill. That is ALL goats.

YEP, We all LOVE pictures. :thumbup:
 

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Welcome - another horse person hyjacked by goats here. Still love my horses but I do spend more time with the goats now. I also never heard of a pycazz.
 

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Welcome to TGS! I have mini-horses, 2 fillies (I'll have to start calling them Mares soon), and a colt (ok, he's technically a stallion as he's 3). Dude has started his training, the girls are just watching. :love: I used to have Arabs, that I used in competitive riding. Lots of fun. Now it's tiny horses and goats. I love it! Be sure to give us lots of pics. We have a great time here.
 
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