Although the wool trade has always been unanimous in demanding uniformity in wool quality number within sale lines, there is little critical information to support the contention that a high degree of variation in fibre diameter causes major difficulties in spinning with consequent loss of efficiency and higher costs in yarn production.

P. R McMahon

Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume 3, Madrid, Spain, 1027–1031, 1974
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