fine-wool

fine-wool

a class of wool sheep, only Merinos qualify, characterized by fiber diameter of 19 microns, spinning quality of 70's, yield of 6 lb.
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Also, agrarians in the region can claim subsidies for elite seed production, the development of beef cattle breeding, breeding livestock, sheep and goat breeding, fine-wool and half-fine wool production, northern reindeer herding and herd horse breeding, reimbursement of part of the cost of raskorchevku retired old gardens and recultivation of rusted areas, on the bookmark and care of vineyards, as well as perennial fruit and berry plantings.
Draganov IF, Yatskin VI (2004) Increasing Meat Productivity in Fine-Wool Purebred and Crossbred Sheep in Russia and Abroad.
The authors found out that the reproductive function--in particular, ejaculate volume, the concentration and mobility of spermatozoa and sperm fertilizing capacity--of Russian fine-wool sheep breeds and Australian Merino do not very differ.
The fine-wool sheep breeding to increase their fertility.
Ben Litchfield, a Schute Bell regional wool broker said the market signals are good as demand continues after the recent burst of activity at the speciality fine-wool sale at Newcastle.
Fine-wool breeds appeal to the serious wool producer, either for the handspinning market or to sell commercially.
We are giving you the chance to win a classic Christmas day out for two in spellbinding Durham, complete with theatre tickets, access-all-areas VIP Pass and an exclusive Durham University fine-wool scarf to guard against the winter chill.
A mustard coloured fine-wool, sleeveless top butt oned up the middle with low neck and knit detail.
Thanks to Henry Waterhouse's enterprise and care, John and Elizabeth Macarthur, Samuel Marsden and the other fine-wool pioneers, had an ideal foundation on which to build their industry.