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Turkey: shepherds preserve the gene of Angora goats, famous for its mohair

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Turkey: shepherds preserve the gene of Angora goats, famous for its mohair

Turkey: shepherds preserve the gene of Angora goats, famous for its mohair

In Turkey, this enterprise works to protect the gene source of the Angora goat, whose mohair is in demand.


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