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Until 1994 American sheep producers relied on a hefty check stemming from the National Wool Act of 1954. When that changed, so did the face for farming.  Understanding why the vicuna is so valuable and so threatened.

Vol. 5 Iss. 1

  • Fibers/Animals:  Organic Chenille, Mohair, Cotton, Silk, Camel, Loaghtan Wool, Wool, Angora Goats, Bactrian Camels, Manx Mountain Sheep, Black Mamba, Rhodesian Ridgeback

    Places:  Swaziland; California; Thailand; Mongolia; Scotland

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