Our new paddock-to-product video is here!

Join the George the Farmer team as we investigate how wool is grown. From the shearing shed to the woollen mill, you will be amazed how this natural fibre from sheep helps us to stay warm (and cool) all year round!

Our eNewsletter subscribers had an exclusive first peek yesterday and we are thrilled they’re loving the content. To view the full paddock-to-product video, click here to head to our YouTube Channel. We'd love to hear what you think. Email us a comment, or give our new videolike and share with your friends. Oh, and don't forget to subscribe to our channel!

A big George the Farmer thank you to our mate, George Kidman for letting us visit his farm in Penola, South Australia. And thank you to Mini Jumbuk in Naracoorte, South Australia for letting us visit their woollen mill.

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P.S. Looking for more resources on sheep and wool for kids? Check out our Wheat and Wool Teachers GuideGeorge the Farmer is on the hunt for kids to discover what it takes to produce wheat and wool. 

Aligned with the Australian School Curriculum focusing on K-4 year levels the guide covers Science, Literature, Technology and Sustainability. Many of the hands-on activities, such as making lumpy glue artworks from wheat, are equally achievable and entertaining for pre-primary kids too.