An easier Australian dollar helped offset a slightly falls in a slightly softer wool market.
Following an exodus of Australia’s wool export giants in recent years, the strength of those still standing is powerful.
Young north-east SA pastoralist Eddie Morgan is grateful his family who have a long, proud tradition of woolgrowing stuck with Merinos through the difficult times.
While wool remains a high risk industry and often fails to attract foreign investment, buoyed returns are enticing domestic capital injections.
CONSUMER priorities are changing, and wool marketing strategies need to adapt, according to Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) general manager John Roberts.
One of Queensland’s northernmost wool producers was celebrating the wool price revival as he completed a five-day shearing of the 5500 head ewe portion of his flock.
The collective fencing wisdom being learnt from the enormous exclusion fencing program being rolled out across western Queensland has been shared in a Leading Sheep video.
Growing wool in western Queensland has been like riding a roller coaster in the last few years, but Longreach couple Dominic and Vicki Burden are doing their best to hang on.