The U.S. Wool Products Labelling Act of 1939, defines
- Fine undercoat fibres produced by a cashmere goat
- the average diameter of the fibre less than 19 micron
- coefficient of variation should not be more than 24%
- coarse hair content (hairs with diameter great than 30 micron) should not be more than 3%(by weight)
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