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All About Wool & The History

The annual world production of wool is almost 6,000,000,000 pounds, about one-third of which is produced by Australia. Other major producers of wool are Russia, New Zealand, Argentina, South Africa, Uruguay, China, Turkey, and the United States.

Texas raises the greatest amount of wool, about 35 percent of the annual yield of grease wool-shorn wool with the yolk, suint, and other foreign materials still in it. Yolk is composed of fatty globules deposited on wool fibers to provide nutrient and aid growth.

Texas raises the greatest amount of wool, about 35 percent of the annual yield of grease wool-shorn wool with the yolk, suint, and other foreign materials still in it. The term woolen fabrics refers to fabrics made from wool yarns containing both short and long fibers. Virgin wool is made of fibers that have never been used before; it is generally stronger and more resilient than other wool fabrics.

The term woolen fabrics refers to fabrics made from wool yarns containing both short and long fibers. Virgin wool is made of fibers that have never been used before; it is generally stronger and more resilient than other wool fabrics.

There are several mentions of wool and sheep in Scriptures. Ancient history tells us that the Babylonians of the upper classes were known for their woolen robs. Babylonia means “land of wool.”

Wool is classed as a live fiber except when taken from dead sheep or from sheep slaughtered for food purposes; then, like cotton, it is classed as a dead fiber. This wool is inferior in all characteristics compared to live-sheep wool.

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