This listing is for one ounce of roving. The wool comes from a pool of various sheep on our farm who have moorit colored wool. These sheep include all of the moorit rams, I don't like to process ram wool by hand so it gets processed at the mill. Also includes wool from any of the more senior ewes in the flock as well as good quality skirtings from the very fine fleeces.
This is the natural color of the sheep, no dyes are used to create the color.
We used Zeilinger Wool to process this roving and it is lovely - very clean and fluffy for a nice woolen spin, well suited for long draw drafting.
We put coats on our sheep so the fiber is very clean.
We breed for very fine shetland sheep, micron count around 20 - 25. This fiber feels very fine and bouncy. I am unable to provide accurate micron information as it comes from a pooling of a variety of sheep.