The Angora rabbit provides the world's finest wool.

It´s long, soft wool grows about 1 mm per day. The rabbit get sheared 4 times a year. A shearing gives about 200 g of pure wool. A good Angora rabbit gives 800-1200 g wool/year.  The wool is composed of 10% coverts and 90% under-wool. It is sorted by length, quality and purity. The wool is soft, smooth and light. It does not itch or sting and it insulates heat and absorbs moisture. Angora rabbit wool is lustrous and quite clean and stronger than sheep wool.