Atul Pratap Singh*
Department of BVSC and AH, IVRI, India
*Corresponding Author: Pratap Singh, Department of BVSC and AH, IVRI, India.
Received: August 12, 2022; Published: November 14, 2022
Wool, which is defined as the fine, soft, curly or wavy hair that forms the coat of a sheep, goat, rabbit and other wool producing animals, is produced in diverse areas of world and is basically a small trade in animal husbandry. Wool production accounts for only 1% of the global supply of textile fibres (Table 1) (Emma Doyle., et al. Animal Frontiers, 2021).
Citation: Atul Pratap Singh. “Indian Wool Industry and Future Prospects". Acta Scientific Veterinary Sciences 4.12 (2022): 33-36.
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