This CBC Interview by Wei Chan, took place in September, 2015. Holt Renfrew had just chosen Topsy Farms products for their Campaign for Wool in October, 2015.

The Campaign for Wool was initiated by Prince Charles in England, as a result of his desire to increase the market for British and Commonwealth wool and to promote awareness of its environmental benefits. The Campaign expanded to Canada in the past two years, with Holt Renfrew as a major participant.

Natural Wool from Healthy Happy Sheep - CBC Interview

One of our blankets, at Holt Renfrew’s

Buyers from Holt Renfrew’s chose Topsy’s products for their Campaign for Wool shop

Queen-sized blankets and sheepskin mitts were selected to be sold from their stores in Calgary, Toronto (Yorkdale and Bloor Street) and at Ogilvy, their store in Montréal.

The 5 minute interview with Sally, explores why our wool products are unusually soft and not prickly as a result of our caring pasture-raised sheep practices and the gentle, chemical-free wool processing techniques used.

Wei Chan asked about the startling impact of being contacted by the Princes’ Charities, on behalf of Prince Charles and was met with a laugh.

Please enjoy our cheerful radio discussion.

Natural Wool from Healthy, Happy Sheep is Really Soft - CBC Intervie

Prince Charles