Class-three Wool

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These fibres are about 100-455 mm long, are coarser, and have fewer “scales” and less crimp than Merino and Class-two wools. As a result, they are smoother, and therefore, they have more lustre. These wools are less elastic and resilient. They are nevertheless of good quality to be used for clothing. This class of sheep originated in the United Kingdom

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