From a shearers perspective, Glenwood’s Sheep are far superior to shear than traditional sheep.
This is due to less wrinkled skin which results in less skin cuts and less struggling of the sheep and the shearer. The shearer’s comb travels through the fibre a lot easier because they are not intertwined. This means the shearer can shear more sheep through less effort, and there is more wool in the fleece lines instead of under the table as locks.
– Warren Long