They figure on keeping this county just as it is, for only themselves and their cattle and woolies, and everybody else keep out.
I try not to look at them because they are so much like witch heads they give me the woolies.
also woolly, 1570s, "resembling or made of wool," from wool + -y (2). Meaning "barbarous, rude" is recorded 1891, from wild and wooly (1884) applied to the U.S. western frontier, perhaps in reference to range steers or to unkempt cowboys.
pull the wool over someone's eyes
A rural person; a bumpkin; redneck (1828+)