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Have you been selling shearing equipment for a long time? But do you find difficulty in getting enough business? Either way, you should join Shearquantity, the ultimate marketplace for shearers and shearing contractors alike. 

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Comments | Posted in Multi-Vendor Marketplace By Anindya Das

Have you ever wondered why summer is the peak season for shearing? The reason is simple – the fleece helps sheep survive the cold, inclement weather. For allowing protection against the shivering weather, farmers choose to shear after winter.

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Comments | Posted in Shearing By Anindya Das

 

Did you know that a detailed and well-outlined health policy for the workplace increases productivity? It’s true because risk management is always on their toes to prevent potential hazards at an early stage.

That’s why the first thing is to identify hazards. Since it is an ongoing process, being alert at all times is a crucial element. Assign employees to work on identifying, managing, assessing and eliminating the risks so that any unwanted consequences do not take place.

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Comments | Posted in Health & Wellness By Anindya Das

Did you know that sheep with empty stomachs are easier to handle? They are not grumpy and less likely to put shearers at risk.

Just think how you would feel after a big meal. If someone comes to force you to do something, you would be agitated, right? The same goes for sheep – at the time, they are likely to kick and shearers have to struggle more.

This fiasco hampers the welfare of stock, not to mention the shearing professionals. But it is possible to get away with such mayhem only if you follow the fasting policy at the farm. Let’s dig deeper!

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Comments | Posted in Shearing By Anindya Das

grow your business with Shearquantity

In this digital age, online marketplaces are everywhere. But the niche for shearing suppliers might be scant.

Moreover many are not so on board with the idea of joining a marketplace like Shearquantity. Well, they might be missing out on the following things. 

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Comments | Posted in Seller By Anindya Das

Are you one of those sellers who stay away from e-commerce sites for commission costs? We understand how difficult it is to lose a chunk of your profit to the platform you are hosting your range. Especially when you already face a set of challenges to make sales, in the first place! With peak shearing season coming up, you would love to funnel as many sales as possible, right?

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Comments | Posted in Seller By Anindya Das

With the domestication of cattle and sheep in Asia Minor thousands and thousands of years ago, wool came into human lives. The emergence of warm clothing through wool later spread among Romans, Persians and Greeks and finally reached western countries.  

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Comments | Posted in Shearing By Anindya Das

wool & synthetic wool

So why isn't wool considered a significant product by the majority? Wool is one of the most versatile and historically significant materials, with its unique natural qualities allowing it to be used for anything from clothing to insulation. Sheep farmers, on the other hand, get paid so little for their wool that it seldom pays the cost of shearing. Most farmers do not appreciate their wool since the price of wool is so low, sheep flocks have become considerably larger, and processing and marketing wool is difficult. As a result, the majority of sheep are not shorn.

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Comments | Posted in Multi-Vendor Marketplace By Anindya Das

Where do the sheep get their wool from? Is it important to remove the wool? Does it require a special comb to shear the sheep? Knowing the answers to all these questions is very important for stockmen to maintain the health of the sheep.

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Comments | Posted in Health & Wellness By Anindya Das

While the billionaire buffs want to grow meat in factories in preparation for the exodus to Mars, the governments want to invest in renewable sources of energy. It's a universal truth that trees are important to life but there has to be a balanced production, and not a monoculture. Besides, human beings cannot survive on wood. Also, animals are natural eco-friendly organisms that have been created by nature to support specific life functions which are important to the earth as well as our society.

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Comments | Posted in Health & Wellness By Anindya Das

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