Cashmere is produced from the thin fibres of goat wool and is one of Mongolia’s key exports. Currently, a kilogram of unprocessed cashmere is being sold at the the “Emeelt -Raw Material Bazaar” for MNT 48,000-55,000, the price depending on the color and the thickness of the fibres, which are measured in microns. Other, less exotic items are also on sale: cowhides are currently going for MNT 40,000-60,000, horsehides for MNT 35,000, yakhides MNT 25,000-60,000 and camelhides from MNT 18,000 - 22,000. The “Emeelt-Raw Material Bazaar” is selling raw unprocessed hides; the current rates are as follows: sheepskins - MNT 1000-2500, goat skins MNT 16,000, horsehair MNT 8500 and horse tails MNT 12,000. In addition, camel wool is also being sold, the price depending upon the sex of the animal – male camel wool is going for at MNT 7500 per kilogram and female camel wool is MNT 5500.