In the early 20th Century, the Edwards Plateau was the #1 region in the United States for wool and mohair production. This industry was driven by sheep and goat ranchers raising sheep and contracting with itinerant shearing crews that harvested the "clip" for shipment to market. Many of the families of the Town of Ft. McKavett worked in this industry. Join us as we explore the manner in which these laborers worked and see a live demonstration of sheep shearing by Tejano Shearer Historian Art Resa!