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The Karakul above has a flipped tail. Photo: Letty Klein. The Karakul above has an s-shaped Tail. Photo: Letty Klein. Here is the Armada Fair fleece winner Roxana Mills with her Shetland. Photo: Letty Klein. This moorit Shetland fleece, grown by Cade Bollaert, was the 4-H wool sheep winner. Photo: Letty Klein.
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This is the Armada Open class wool sheep winner, Kristy Richardson-Hardy, showing her Teeswater. Photo: Letty Klein. Here are the 108 fleeces at the Michigan Fiber Fest. Photo: Letty Klein. I feel this is an example of a proper Romney fleece from Pitchfork Ranch. Photo: Letty Klein. These Babydoll Southdown sheep in their PJs/Jammies look like they are watching cartoons on TV donít they? Photo: Letty Klein.
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Cheryl Gianino is very happy her Babydoll fleeces swept the show awards. Photo: Letty Klein. My rug braiding workshop set up with piles of braids at the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival. Photo: Letty Klein. This is the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival Fleece Show. At the table on the far right is Deb Robson and me judging fleeces (the top of my head is just barely visible). Photo: Josh Brodeur. Jeff and Tara Benson show their award-winning white Corriedale fleece. Photo: Letty Klein.