Mongolia is a country in central Asia with a total area of 1,5 million km2 and population of 2.6 million people. This means that at the area which is five times the size of Poland lives approximately the same number of people which is living together in Poznan and Warsaw. In Mongolia the land is no one’s property and people are wandering with their herds, leading a nomadic life. The main economy branch of this country is a traditional, free range based animal husbandry, such as: horses, sheep, yaks and camels. Pastures and meadows cover over 80% of the land area, arable land - around 1%.
Mongolian steppe, desert and taiga formed special type of mentality, human relations and lifestyle which is unchangeable for centuries. The dominant landscape is a vast plain with omnipresent mountains on the horizon. The feeling of unlimited space is experienced even better through the lack of higher plants (trees). Adding the conditions of harsh, continental climate to it, with cold winter and hot summer there is no wonder that only persistent people could resettle in such unfavorable environment. The temperature in winter drops to -60℃, and in the summer reaches +50℃
Mongolia is a country of unspoilt and wild nature. The power of steppe, desert and taiga force submission and acceptance of implacable laws of nature by human. Inhabitants of this country worship mountains, lakes, animals, trees and steppe. Religion professed by Mongols - Buddhism relates to shamanism in which nature forces are of big significance..
At the vast area of Mongolia, the land and pastures are untouched by the human. Inside, the land has many minerals and energy and the grass growing at this area is rich in nutrients and medicinal ingredients and also force which flows from nature. Contemporary, Mongolia is one of the few countries with migration pasture producing 100% natural, healthy and eco wool products.