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Excerpts from the report: In 1963 there were about 238 million pounds of wool shorn from approximately 27.8 million sheep in this country. The sales value of this wool is estimated at $115 million. Approximately 190 warehouses throughout the country handle this wool. Many wool warehouses are outmoded multistory buildings, originally constructed for other purposes. Few were planned and constructed with the benefit of technical assistance. As a result, the arrangement of storage and work areas indoi:10.22004/ag.econ.312435 fatcat:3ugfohkq7zcdpfghfgsgggak5i