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As a proud New Zealand owned and operated business, we’re always keen on supporting other local businesses (especially those with a focus on sustainability), so this month our competition prizes come from a fabulous family owned and operated farm called Awarima Station in Tokirima, King Country.
Made entirely in New Zealand, using Romney Lamb’s wool from their own flock, ShearWarmth blankets last a long time – and are 100% renewable and biodegradable.
The ShearWarmth story
The ShearWarmth story began in 1987 when Lyn and Alex Neeson bought a 1300-hectare sheep and beef station at the junction of the Whanganui and Ohrua rivers. Today, the farm is owned and operated by farmers Lyn and Monique Neeson (a mother / daughter dream team!)
ShearWarmth makes traditional pure wool blankets from lamb’s fleeces that can be 100% traced back to their farm. In fact, every blanket comes with a ‘Birth Certificate’!
Lyn and Monique say “It has been really exciting watching wool grown on our hills from our ShearWarmth Flock being used to create these beautiful blankets and to see the pleasure they give others.”
And you might get your chance soon! Check out our competition – there are 20 medium ‘Moody Blue’ ShearWarmth blankets to be won.