In the overall scheme of the past three months, a move of 26c/kg in the Eastern Market Indicator for the week was considered fairly benign.
George Falkiner, a candidate for next next month's Australian Wool Innovation board elections, wants more focus on rebuilding the flock and beating blowflies.
The Eastern Market Indicator made a tiny but pleasing rise in the final day of wool sales this week.
For their 2019 Riverina ram sale, the Litchfield family sold 108 Merino and Poll Merino rams to average $2599.
Volatility in the wool market continued at today's sale with the benchmark Eastern Market Indicator losing 27 cents a kilogram clean.
The National Council of Wool Selling Brokers will celebrate its centenary with a special auction and cocktail party in Melbourne early next year.
The Australian wool market continued on its erratic path last week with the benchmark EMI rising 32 cents to finish at 1543c.
WoolProducers Australia has raised serious questions about the independence of a committee which has the job of identifying the best candidates for the upcoming AWI board elections.
There have only been two instances where the EMI has moved more than 100c/kg in a single day, both of which occurred in the last six weeks.