Not all Wool is Created Equal

Wool-Producing Animals

In textiles, wool is a mammalian fiber obtained from sheep, camelids, goats, rabbits, and other mammals.

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Sheep

Long Wool Sheep

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Perendale Sheep

History of Perendale Sheep The Perendale breed was one of the numerous achievements of Sir Geoffrey …

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Romney Sheep

Origin and a little history of Romney sheep breed. Characteristics of the animal and its wool from t…

Mountain Sheep

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Kerry Hill Sheep

Originated in Powys county of Wales, Kerry Hill sheep are excellent farm animals producing medium-to…

Camelids

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Alpaca Festival in Sierra Vista

Alpaca festival at the local Alpaca ranch celebrates natural lpaca, Angora goat and rabbit fibers, f…

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Vicuna Wool – the Golden Fleece

Vicuna is an ancestor of alpaca and the smallest undomesticated camelid living in the Central Andes …

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