Australian sheep let their hair down

January 1992
New Scientist;1/4/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1802, p8
Reports on a technique developed by the Australian national research organization, CSIRO, that allows sheep wool to be `peeled' off instead of sheared. Their technique; Future developments they plan for sheep.


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