History of Wool on the Limestone Coast

Category The Classer

Section Wool Classer

The Classers

Generations of wool classers have worked to ensure that the clips of the properties they service present their wool consistently in a way that meets market demand. In Australia’s early years, the most famous and influential of these were often… Continue Reading →


This section shows wool being sorted on the skirting table. Skirting is a long process, and is the removal of any undesirable parts of the clippings. This process increases the quality of the product. Then foreign materials (like manure, sweat locks, seeds, thistles, insects,… Continue Reading →

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