Wool grease is secreted from a sheep’s sebaceous glands, adhering to the wool fibres during the wool growing cycle. This gives wool its waxy feel, protecting sheep from weather and seasonal climatic changes.
We extract wool grease from wool during the scouring process. Greasy wool is first removed during shearing and then transported to us. Wool scouring is a washing and cleaning process which extracts the grease.
A state of the art three stage recovery process continually removes wool grease from the wool as it is being washed. Recovered wool grease is then collected, cleaned and prepared for sale.
WoolWorks is the only supplier of pure New Zealand wool grease in the world. We have many environmental certifications. Our wool grease is accredited under the internationally recognised New Zealand Fern Mark quality programme.
Contact us if you would like more information about this wonderful, natural product.
New Zealand Wool Grease stands out as a premier choice for cholesterol production, oﬀering
exceptional advantages that stem from its unique composition. With a distinct high cholesterol to
low iso-cholesterol ratio, New Zealand wool grease boasts a level of eﬃciency that signiﬁcantly
enhances cholesterol recovery yields.
Exceptional Output: Thanks to its higher cholesterol content and improved extraction eﬃciency, New
Zealand wool grease yields, on average, 25% more cholesterol per kilogram than alternative origins
of wool grease.
2. Enhanced Cholesterol Extraction: New Zealand wool grease streamlines the cholesterol extraction process, maximizing eﬃciency and productivity.
In summary, New Zealand Wool Grease is the ultimate choice for those seeking a sustainable,
eﬃcient, and high-yield solution for cholesterol production. Choose New Zealand Wool Grease and
experience the diﬀerence in quality, eﬃciency, and overall productivity.