So long as we’re on agriculture (or at least, the Brazilian is), I thought I’d post this image from an organic sheep farm in Chile:
This is a pile of wool on its way to be composted into soil mulch. The farmer sheared the sheep, but the price for raw wool in Chile is so low that it’s not worth it to haul the fiber to market. That despite international prices for finished Chilean wool yarn of around USD$20 a pound.
If you want to start a company cleaning, carding and spinning wool in Chile, there may be money to be made in the gap between cost & price.