Spinner deserve pretty roving. And, it's needs to be high quality and properly dyed if you want your finished yarns to be worthy of the time and energy you expend on them.
I love dyeing roving. I carefully hand paint each batch that I dye individual, before carefully basket steaming it at low temperature to insure the fibers stay intact. A little bit of plumping up as you prepare your fiber for spinning, and you'll have lovely colors at hand. You can see examples of Elliebelly Roving spun into yarn on Ravelry and used in project photos. I'm amazed by the beautiful use spinners and felters put my roving to!
The Targhee wool is a fine wool with a longer fiber length and an extra smooth feel. It is American milled.
Pictured on the left in the bin.