Everywhere you see sheep, you’re bound to find wool. In a world where commodities are becoming more and more scarce and our focus is shifting from owning to using, wool with its renewability and unique properties stands out. In the 90’s, a farmer was paid 25 Dutch guilders for a sheep’s fur. Today, that same fur is only worth 0,05 to 0,30 cents. In a bizarre turn of events, you now even have to pay to have black wool picked up and processed. This is such a shame, especially when you realize that Dutch sheep produce 1.2 million kilos of wool each year.