Ryeland wool is not particularly long in staple, but is a very fine, crimpy wool that spins to a very lightweight yarn. It is good for needle felting (although not so good at wet felting due to its fineness). Zorba has a dense fleece.
Some paint / spray marks
There are some bits around the neck and legs, but it is not too bad.
I have removed all of the muck, it might appear to be quite grey but washes to a lovely bright creamy white.