Where Does Merino Wool Come from?

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Merino wool is a kind of wool from the Merino sheep breed. The sheep is mostly bred for its wool. The wool is generally tightly crimped and springy with a diameter of less than 24.5 micrometres.
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Merino wool is the wool of Merino sheep reared in Spain, but Australia produces
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the last name Merino comes from Spain, Castilla.
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You're not far off. Merino wool comes from Merino sheep and Mohair is the hair of an Angora goat. Source(s): My wonderful memory plus the Pocket Oxford Dictionary
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Merino wool comes from merino sheep, which are prized for their wool, but also popular for their meat. Many merino sheep are reared in Spain, New Zealand, and Australia. You can find more info at: fabulousyarn.com
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