Advertiser content: With more watering points in pastoral areas and a greater urban interface in the agricultural zones, wild dogs are encroaching on the sheep and cattle industries across the country.
Advertiser content: AWI’S marketing arm The Woolmark Company has launched a new global consumer campaign – Live & Breathe – the first in recent years.
Advertiser content: The innovative capsule collections that won Indiabased label BODICE STUDIO and England’s Matthew Miller the 2017/18 International Woolmark Prize are now available to buy via the retail partner network, including Sydney’s Parlour X (BODICE STUDIO) and David Jones (BODICE STUDIO and Matthew Miller).
Advertiser content: The Australian eChallenge Wool Innovation, funded by AWI and undertaken by the University of Adelaide, is expanding its university partnerships to include Deakin University in Victoria and the University of Tasmania in Tasmania.
Advertiser content: Australian Wool Innovation (AWI), in collaboration with neXtgen Agri Ltd and the University of Sydney will investigate the potential of applying artificial intelligence (AI) in the sheep and wool industry.
Advertiser content: Part of The Woolmark Company’s ongoing commitment to nurturing emerging talent includes hosting student seminars to educate the next generation about entering the fashion, textile and design industry, while inspiring them to think about using Merino wool as they embark on their career path.
Advertiser content: Mulit-function innovative wool designs took centre stage at this year’s Wool4School competition featuring a jacket that transforms into a bag, a stage costume capable of converting into a hip-hop street outfit and a practical multi-function design that offers the versatility to take one outfit from the office to home and back again.
Advertiser content: Whether it's the once in a generation market conditions, or the drought that's biting hard in the east, but more woolgrowers than ever are thinking about the future.
Advertiser content: Degradation of pastures during times og drought is of considerable concern to most sheep producers. Soil degradation and low pasture productivity post drought are common costs associated with periods of drought for sheep producers.
Advertiser content: As a fifth generation woolgrower, Jack Cotton from Kelvedon Estate, Tasmania, has lived through the many ups and downs of the wool industry over the years. Whilst indeed there have been dramatic highs and lows in relation to wool performance, prices, supply and demand over the past 60 years, Jack says that the tools the industry operate on are still very much similar to those used in the 1960s.