Remove wool from sheep pelts and sort wool into bins.
What does a Wool Puller do?
Removes wool from sheep pelts and sorts wool into bins: Holds pelt against angled table and pulls wool from pelt. Examines and grades wool according to color, texture, and length. Places wool in designated containers. Scrapes remaining wool from pelt, using scraping stick. Cuts off brand marks and wool around head and feet with shears. Places stripped pelts on racks or truck. May grade pelts before pulling.