In terms of only wool as exporting of sheep products, the largest by far is Australia, which is responsible for some 25% of global wool production. With its vast resources and relatively low population, it will probably come as no surprise to see Australia at the top of the list, with its large rural economy. The second biggest source of woollen production is China. Although we might not think of the Chinese as being big producers of wool, it’s clear that this is a country that has long been interested in the use of fabrics. In third position is New Zealand, with some 11% of global production. We are used to seeing New Zealand lamb on supermarket shelves, so it makes a lot of sense that they should also be major exporters of wool.
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