There's been an easing of planning permit requirements for farmers in Victoria for accommodation.
WoolPoll is now open for voting on industry levies.
Farmer sentiment at record high despite slight lull in wool market.
The EYCI had a fall last week while trade lamb prices saw a slight rise.
AWI-funded CSIRO vaccine work has shown high antibody levels in sheep against the blowfly.
Reduced shipping and airfreight capacity has had detrimental effects on red meat exports.
The National Trade Lamb Indicator reached its highest level ever last week at 951c/kg cwt.
NSW young lambs continue to dominate national yardings.
First crosses and composites being used as breeding ewes leads to a drop in Merino ewe numbers.
Lamb prices in the winter months have been underpinned by strong export demand.
The National Heavy Lamb Indicator is currently 27 per cent higher than last year.
Legume pasture systems are showing promising results on improved sheep production and weight gain.
The prestigious Helen Newton Turner Trust has introduced a second award, The Bright Futures Award.
Parasitologist Matt Playford talks about the importance of treating worms in sheep in AWI webinar.
Australian wool market continues to recover as average wool cut per sheep increases.
High prices and good seasonal conditions have seen a good start to the year for sheep producers.
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