Questions like “Who are my clothes made by?” are increasingly being asked by consumers, so ethics and transparency in the fashion industry have never been more important.

Sheep are gentle individuals who – like all animals – feel pain, fear, and loneliness. But because there is a market for their fleece and skin, they’re often treated as nothing more than wool-producing machines.

In the articles below, we address the question “Who are my clothes made of?”

Breeding for Profit

Lambing Losses





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Responsible Wool Standard (RWS)