Western australian wool, processing, Hauteur, tops, worsted weaving
Despite a perception by some that Western Australian wool 'processes poorly', this study found that the consignments processed:
1. into longer tops suited for worsted weaving
2. into longer than predicted tops
3. with the same consistency as other Australian consignments
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Stanton, J, Coss, L, and Metcalf, P. (1995), Processing Results of western Australian Wool. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Technical Bulletin 89, 45p.
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