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Cashmere, which comes from goats, is the softest and most valuable animal fibre on earth. Until recently, world production was dominated by China, but now it has been discovered in Australia, and it is estimated that 70 percent of our three to five million feral goats are growing cashmere. Textile designer Fred Moylan was the first to realise the significance of this discovery, and his efforts have resulted in a market for ten million Australian animals.

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Crew

Director
Paul Williams
Producer
Paul Williams
Executive Producers
John Sparkes

Production Details

Production Completion Date
1983
Production Company
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Sales

International Sales
ABC Content Sales