Meaning of wool classing in English:

wool classing

noun

mass nounAustralian, New Zealand
  • The process of grading fleeces after shearing.

    ‘problems included an inefficient shearing process and poor wool classing’
    • ‘He's done everything from fishing to wool classing to outback camel trekking.’
    • ‘While I was at university I did an animal husbandry course and I did a wool classing course.’
    • ‘Continually increasing their knowledge and skill base, they have enrolled in the Wool Classing School taking place this month.’
    • ‘In addition to educational demonstrations—from shearing and wool classing to spinning and weaving—local wool producers and artisans will be selling their wares.’
    • ‘First-hand descriptions of life on the land—shearing, harvesting, agricultural shows, wool-classing, dog trials—are a feature of this genre.’
    • ‘He will see the early stages of wool production in shearing and wool classing at a sheep stud.’
    • ‘He attended the wool-classing school with my dad.’
    • ‘Tony did the wool classing and Helen did the dipping and yard work.’