woolgrower

(redirected from woolgrowing)

wool·grow·er

 (wo͝ol′grō′ər)
n.
One that raises sheep or other animals for the production of wool.

wool′grow′ing n.

woolgrower

(ˈwʊlˌɡrəʊə)
n
(Agriculture) a person who keeps sheep for their wool
ˈwoolˌgrowing n, adj
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The collaboration with Johnstons of Elgin was an ideal combination of the finest ingredients and heritage, using the highest quality Extra Fine Merino Wool from Australia with a woolgrowing heritage of over 200 years and a company established in 1797 who were granted The Royal Warrant of Appointment to The Prince of Wales in January this year.