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Heifer Project Update

Heifer Update

Today’s Question:

The fiber from Angora Rabbits is called Angora – so then, what is the fiber from Angora Goats called?

(The answer can be found at the bottom of this past)

The LUMM breakfast/meeting on November 3, 2018 marked the 12th meeting since the LUMM adopted the Heifer Program. This month’s donations are as follows: 1 sheep and 1 flock of geese.

On a larger scale, (minus those above) here are the donations we have made for this full year. Just look at what YOU have done.

  • 35 – Flocks of Chicks                     
  • 12 – Flocks of Ducks                       
  • 10 – Flocks of Geese                       
  •   8 – Hives of Honey Bees               
  •   6 – Water Buffalo                          
  •   5 – Gifts of Clean Water                
  •   4 – Hope Baskets                           
  •   4 – Pigs                                            
  •   4 – Irrigation Pumps                     
  •   4 – Heifers                                      
  •   3 – Goats                                           
  •   3 – Trio of Rabbits                           
  •   2 – Flocks of Hope                         
  •   2 – Gifts of a Healthy Home

And 1 each of the following:

  • Llama
  • Alpaca
  • Biogas Stove
  • Joy to the World Basket
  • Milk Menagerie
  • Gardeners Gift
  • Family Farm Care
  • $100 Share to Women’s Empowerment

Oh, wait, there’s one more item. This brings tears of joy to my eyes. We are supporting 9 girls in their first year of school. I can’t begin to say thank you enough for all your support, but I’ll try – THANK YOU!

Heifer Question Answer:

Fiber from Angora goats is “Mohair”.

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