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Three bags full - the black sheep of Deccan

Well-adapted to life on the semi-arid Deccan Plateau, Deccani sheep provide meat, manure and thick black wool. While attempts to produce softer and finer wool by crossbreeding have proved unsuccessful, focusing on traditional skills of local weavers has created a "recession-proof" market.

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This article give brief idea about deccani wool use, but we can develop other non apparel application using the deccani wool. We are working on that. Regards, Girish Scientist-B Wool research Association thane.
posted by: Girish Kherdekar (06:33:36 Mon 7th February 2011)



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