articles about wool
As if grass cover wasn’t scarce enough, I go and get myself a horse, writes Clodagh Hughes.
Conditions are perfect to try-out a natural method of washing the raw wool that I have been researching called the suint fermentation method, writes Clodagh Hughes.
A dual-purpose breed which was first developed in Australia and New Zealand, the Corriedale sheep is now mainly found in the US and South America and is Uruguay’s most popular breed!
This week’s featured breed is a breed now listed as vulnerable and hailing from the UK, the rare and long, curly fleeced breed, the Teeswater.
This week, Kevin speaks to a third-generation haulier from Co. Meath, Mr. Colm Sherlock of Sherlock International. Read about his ‘journey’ below!
Farm hacks is back and this week it's all things wool. Not getting enough for your wool? Check out these alternatives for your sheep’s coat.
On this week’s weird sheep breeds, we profile the Wensleydale, the sheep known for its wild hair.
Kallee reports on whats been a big week in the Australian wool industry and what lies ahead for those involved.