What are the steps in the production and processing parts of the wool supply chain? What are the environmental benefits (or adverse impacts) of raising sheep and using wool as a textile fiber? Be sure to discuss some of the new ways sheep farming is used to be environmentally beneficial.
Wool is the common name applied to soft, curly fibers gathered from the fleece of domesticated sheep, used in textile manufacturing. Wool may be distinguished from hair by looking at the scales that cover the fibers. Because it is curly and crimped, wool has considerable resilience or elasticity. Many reasons wool is used for clothing are because it is light and absorbs moisture, it also has insulating properties among other crucial roles in various industry whereupon they are used. This essay will posit clearly the necessary production processes in the supply chain of wool and also highlight the very merits that comes with it including its impact to the environment negatively or otherwise among the pertinent issues concerned with its production.