Ireland’s native Galway wool is making a comeback

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Blatnaid Gallagher

The Galway Wool Co-op has come a long way from its formation in January 2021 amid a Covid lockdown. Following many Zoom meetings and WhatsApp chats, the hard work from the team of volunteer members finally paid off in June last year with the sale of its first batch of native Irish Galway wool.

Moreover, the future looks bright, with many plans in place to further cement the product’s rightful place as part of Ireland’s illustrious heritage.

That’s Farming spoke to Blatnaid Gallagher, co-founder of the co-op, to find out more about their journey.

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