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The natural grease and suint covering on the wool fibers of the unscoured fleece, and excreted from glands in the sheep’s skin. Usually the finer the wool, the more abundant the yolk. Yolk serves to prevent entanglement of the wool fibers and damage during growth of the fleece.

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