ACRA-registered Cotswold sheep provide the famous warm, curly pelts
that human babies love to have their pictures taken on. When processed into
single-skin throws and rugs buyers commonly pay around $120-$200 apiece for them,
mostly depending on size and pelt character.
Nice, big genuine ACRA-registered Cotswolds make extra-large
pelts--with long, curly, shining ringlets--and consumers have been
readily paying double to triple the price of ordinary tanned sheepskins.
This adds a hefty return on a grower's investment in ACRA-registered
Cotswolds. Modern machine washable pelts attract today's on-the-go