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Fleece Type is determined by the PBA Registrar once the full fleece has come in, normally at 8-12 months, and a 2" square sample has been submitted along with the kid's Permanent Registration Application. Kida may alao be  Permanently registered when their full fleece comes in without having been Pre-Registered. Fleece Type is determined by the PBA Registrar, but Pygora owners can make educated guesses regarding fleece type for customers hoping for a particular fleece type. Type A fleece is long (5-6 plus inches), lustrous, and falls in ringlets. Type C fleece is short (1.5-3 plus inches) and very fine, with a micron count less than 18. Type B fleece can fall anywhere along the broad spectrum between Type A and Type C. Type B fleece may look very similar to Type A fleece but with less luster, shorter length (usually 3-6 inches), and with curl that has less crimp than Type A fleece. I have a couple of Type B goats on the Type C end of the spectrum whose fleece I almost always pluck, just like I pluck my Type C fiber.

MMF Lotus Blossom--Type B Fleece

MMF Delta Dawn--Type A Fleece

MMF Hooper Out-of-Fleece

MMF Thomas In-Fleece

MMF Hooper In-Fleece

  • Cloudy Day--RESERVED
  • Piper--​RESERVED

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​​MMF Brutus--Type C Fleece


Mountain Meadow Farm 2020 Kids 

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Now Accepting  Deposits for 2021 Kids

MMF Jamocha In-Fleece

MMF Lotus Blossom--Type B Fleece

MMF Delta Dawn--Type A Fleece

Deciding Upon Pygora Kid Color and Fiber Type


Pygora kids are born with their out-of-fleece guard hair color, which is darker than the in-fleece color that they acquire when their softer fleece begins to come in at two months and older. The out-of-fleece color is indicated on their PBA Pre-Registration Application. 


The in-fleece color, determined when a 2" square sample is taken once the fleece comes in fully, is almost always much lighter than the out-of-fleece guard hair color. 


Here are a few samples of the color change that can take place from the out-of-fleece to the in-fleece growth.


White kids remain White kids. I have only had one White kid turn darker as an adult, from White to Medium Caramel out-of-fleece. Her in-fleece color remains White to Light Caramel.

Our Beautiful 2019 Available Buckling ready to breed


*While these beautiful bucklings will make fantastic herd sires, they will also be fantastic fiber producers and can be wethered for anyone looking for a fiber producing wether.

MMF Delta Dawn--Type A Fleece

MMF Jamocha Out-of-Fleece

MMF Thomas Out-of-Fleece