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True measure of wool's future

After more than 20 years in the doldrums, Australia's wool industry has once again come to life. But Jim Litchfield, the sixth generation at the helm of iconic Hazeldean Merinos, says genetics, the key to the industry's future, still face a lot of<br /> challenges.

Staff Reporter

In writing about the future of the wool industry and genetics I am positive about the future of sheep. And the potential to lift individual production in our industry which has finally seen the supply-demand...

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