Wool bred white stays that way for longer

Wool bred white stays that way for longer

Science is backing up australia's wool producers with technology designed to ensure wool fabric stays

Sheep

19 FEB 2014
Drought threatening livelihood of woolgrowers

Drought threatening livelihood of woolgrowers

A PACKAGE of urgent support measures from the Australian government may be the only answer for the survival

Sheep

14 FEB 2014
Wild dog action plan awaits sign-off

Wild dog action plan awaits sign-off

WOOLPRODUCERS Australia is one step closer to gaining crucial endorsement from the Coalition of Australian

Sheep

05 FEB 2014
Better wool works wonders in mixed program

Better wool works wonders in mixed program

Liz Rymill visits a Tasmanian enterprise that is running a successful program of mixing and matching

Sheep

22 JAN 2014
Wool prices strong and continuing to strengthen

Wool prices strong and continuing to strengthen

NATIONAL Australia Bank has forecast a 5% rise in the Eastern Market Indicator for wool over 2013-14,

Sheep

17 JAN 2014
Strike research flying along

Strike research flying along

The annual battle against flies to control strike and its damage to the national clip is a hot topic,

Sheep

15 JAN 2014
Lynley proves a Jill of all trades

Lynley proves a Jill of all trades

Swapping the hurly burly of hospital life for the isolation of running a wool, sheep and cropping enterprise

Sheep

16 DEC 2013
Breeding philosophy moves to meet market demand

Breeding philosophy moves to meet market demand

For the past four years, renowned Merino stud Haddon Rig has been developing a Poll Merino arm in response

Sheep

02 DEC 2013
WAFarmers reject AWI board reduction

WAFarmers reject AWI board reduction

THE Australian Wool Innovation's bid to cut its board from 10 members to seven is being fought by the

Sheep

14 NOV 2013
Rylington boosts bottom line

Rylington boosts bottom line

SHEEP producers can boost their bottom line by using rams that are genetically resistant to intestinal

Sheep

11 NOV 2013
Matching genetics to environment pays off

Matching genetics to environment pays off

Wool growers Lyndon and Sharon Kubeil have used Australian Sheep Breeding Values and a local stud to

Sheep

16 OCT 2013
What makes wool buyers buy which fleece?

What makes wool buyers buy which fleece?

China's dominance of global wool production is already under siege as emerging Third World countries

Sheep

21 SEP 2013
Getting a handle on wool's future

Getting a handle on wool's future

The Sheep Co-operative Research Centre is pulling a rabbit out of wool's technology hat with the launch

Sheep

28 AUG 2013

  Leahcim – it's a funny name but there is nothing backwards about the way Andrew Michael approaches

Sheep

26 JUL 2013
BioClip proves a valuable breeding tool

BioClip proves a valuable breeding tool

For wool producers Ian and Stacey Lugsdin, BioClip not only provides an environmentally friendly and

Sheep

09 JUL 2013
BioClip relaunch finds new markets

BioClip relaunch finds new markets

The biological wool harvesting system BioClip has struggled as a shearing alternative since its discovery

Sheep

27 JUN 2013

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