The content is totally un-commercial, very organic, without any robotic voice-over or visual presentations that go nowhere and usually irritate YouTube watchers. Finding this content is rather easy. Many American and Australians continue to populate the list.
- The smooth, gliding action of the fur coming off, in swift, well-measured rounds creates a sense of calm
- Animals are not being harmed so you know this is not going to offend your sensibilities
- Feeling is akin what you experience when washing-off grime collected on the scalp when traveling long
- It creates a feeling that resonates something well done or a feeling of accomplishment
- It seems like art in motion when you watch some shearing clips in close succession
- The ability to calm anxious nerves comes from the shearer and the sheep being so composed, unmoved
On the farms, there must be hordes who watch soft, snug wool being shaved-off with simple, well-guiled movements. The act itself seems a bit similar to that feeling of triumph when you come out from the washrooms, radiating from the truth that the bowels were emptied to the maximum.
Now before people put-in comments about how the sheep and wool industry across the world can be heartless, how Australian ranches are supposed to indulge in the maximum degree of sheep abuse as a part of this trade-rich process, let me clarify one thing – I was talking about videos that show any of this abuse. However, I was always aware that something that involves humans and tools can go horribly wrong. I did some Googling and my fears came true. There are plenty of undercover reports, including digital recordings that show how sheep are beaten, kicked and bruised into absolute submission by their handlers. You can watch this at: PETA Shearing Videos Expose
Just that when done in a humane way, shearing is not disturbing but if you leave anything to Mankind for far too long, they will find a way to ruin the goodness of it!!