DRY conditions across much of Australia have lead the national wool production forecast down from the previous outlook released in December.
ERNST & Young has been appointed to conduct the independent review of Australian Wool Innovation by the federal government.
Aspiring female leaders with an interest in agriculture are urged to apply for the Diversity in Agriculture Leadership program that offers one-on-one mentoring and professional development opportunities.
Price certainty should be more important to woolgrowers than the fear of lost opportunity, according to Southern Aurora Markets partner Michael Avery.
Australian agricultural industry groups are bracing for attacks from animal activists globally following the recent release of an explosive documentary which claims to “expose the dark underbelly of modern animal agriculture”.
Merino wool from Upper South East property, Kelvale, could soon be identified on top international fashion labels.
Merino studs from across the state put their best sheep on show for day two of the Elders SA Stud Merino Expo.
Merino studs across the Mid North put their best sheep on show for day one of the Elders SA Stud Merino Expo.
WoolQ promises woolgrowers, classers, brokers and buyers a digital warehouse of details about the clip from shearing shed to the market
Numbers were slightly back at the Mount Pleasant market on Thursday but sheep and lamb prices were up by $10 to $15 per head