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Cashmere powerhouse
  There are around 66.5 million heads of cattle in Mongolia, according to the National Statistics Office in 2018. However, economic growth has been generated mostly by the mining sector, cashmere is the country's largest export, only second to minerals...
The Land of Soft Gold
    Mongolia is described as a destination for adventure where travelers can witness the traditions of the past still practiced today by the hardened nomads of the vast steppes and deserts by most widely used guide books published by...
Why Mongolian Cashmere?
         Due to this harsh habitat, goats develop protective fleece as an undercoat. When the harsh winter ends, it gets loose between the hair and to put the goats at ease, traditionally Mongolian herders hand-comb it off...
Mongolian Cashmere – The Best In The World by JUANITA PIENAAR
Ahh, cashmere. The fabric that feels like clouds lightly caressing your skin as you brave the winter cold. Cashmere provides up to eight times more warmth than wool. Combine this with its super soft texture and you have the qualities of a luxury item coveted by many.
WHERE THERE’S A CASHMERE
Cashmere in Mongolia On the freezing plains of Mongolia, animals have had to evolve over time to protect themselves. For the goats who live there, they have managed to survive by developing thick coats of wool. Stronger and warmer than...
Der König der Faser - Gobi Cashmere
  27. Mai 2018 Vor rund 160 Jahren brachte Napoleon der Dritte seiner Gattin einen edlen Schal als Geschenk mit. Tatsächlich waren es gleich 17 Schals, die er seiner Majestät der Kaiserin geschenkt hatte. Kaiserin Eugenie trug die Schals und...
Sustainable focus

A range of new projects are underway designed to boost the quality and sustainability of Mongolian cashmere and help maintain its strong growth. Jens Kastner reports.