Based on the “Five Freedoms” of the OIE’s Terrestrial Animal Health Code, these Specifications for Wool Sheep Welfare were developed by the wool-growing country members of IWTO.
They reflect the diversity of wool production systems as well as the national legislative animal welfare frameworks of each wool growing country.
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His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, during his visit to New Zealand met with Campaign For Wool Trustees including wool growers and Industry representatives at an event in Auckland on Tuesday 19th November 2019, the first of a series of global celebrations leading up to the tenth anniversary of the Campaign for Wool in 2020.
“The Campaign […]
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Wool is not only durable and sustainable, it changes the atmosphere of your environment. Stephen McDougall reminds us not to be fleeced by alternatives.
Witnessing melted plastic in the aftermath of a fire was enough to convince architect Stephen McDougall (left) that wool was the way
of the future.
“Everything was petroleum-based, from […]
Article published in Wellington Today and Canterbury Today.
The Campaign for Wool is a global community of sheep farmers, retailers, designers, manufacturers and consumers united by one of the world’s most influential farmers – His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales. Read the full article
The lamps of New Zealand designer Kate Ramsay have been included in a prestigious exhibition in London. – Article from Urbis Magazine – New Zealand’s iconic consumer design magazine. Read the article
The Prince of Wales has often been ridiculed for his supposedly ‘wooly thinking’ on the environment, spiritual meaning, and holistic medicine. But his support for actual wool is unquestioned and, far from being sheepish about the royal endorsement, the industry is loving it, says Owen Poland. Read Full Article
HIS Royal Highness (HRH) the Prince of Wales has heaped praise on the New Zealand wool industry.
During his latest trip Down Under, the Campaign for Wool patron was a guest of honour at the campaign’s Shear Brilliance showcase at Queen’s Wharf in Auckland on November 12. View Article