COVID-19 Will it change the world for wool

COVID-19 will change the world and wool must change too farmonline | Vernon Graham | May 21, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic will end the era of compulsive consumerism and the struggling wool textile sector must use the crisis to completely overhaul itself. That was the blunt message given [...]

COVID-19 Will it change the world for wool2020-06-02T22:21:16+09:30

Coronavirus – impact on wool

Corona virus: Impact on major wool consuming countries Farmonline | Joely Mitchell | April 20, 2020  New forecasts have revealed that the world's major wool consuming countries will see a large decline in economic output in 2020 as a result of coronavirus, raising concerns about the future of demand [...]

Coronavirus – impact on wool2020-04-26T16:40:22+09:30

Buyers suggest wool sales boycott

Buyers suggest wool sales boycott Sheep Central | Terry Sim | April 3, 2020 AUSTRALIAN wool exporters, some brokers and processors are proposing the postponing of auction sales as the market is hit by a lack of competition caused by COVID-19 impacting global supply chains. The Australian wool auction [...]

Buyers suggest wool sales boycott2020-04-04T12:07:52+10:30

Tianyu buys Mawallok

Mr Qingnan Wen Major chinese topmaker (Tianyu) buys Mawallok Farmonline | Vernon Graham | March 9, 2020 China's biggest buyer of Australian wool is reported to have added to his portfolio of Victorian farmland with the purchase of the historic Mawallok property near Beaufort. Qingnan Wen, founder of Tianyu [...]

Tianyu buys Mawallok2020-04-26T17:57:17+09:30

Dust storm photographs

Dust storm, Dubbo, Parkes, NSW, Australia The Land | Nadine Morton | January 20, 2020 BLUE Sky, then dust, then thunder, then rain - what a spectacular evening it was in Dubbo, Parkes and western parts of the region on Sunday night. A low [...]

Dust storm photographs2020-03-19T16:25:08+10:30

Shaun the Sheep

Click the picture to see the video The Woolmark Company = Australian wool growers money. Can any see any reference to Australian merino? Shaun the Sheep The Land | Lucy Kinbacher |  January 8, 2020 Australian wool has joined forces with one of [...]

Shaun the Sheep2020-03-15T15:08:38+10:30

Biodiversity Convservation Trust (BCT)

Shirley Handy Wild Pigs around trap Biodiversity Field Day Feral Cats on Five Corners Biodiversity Conservation Trust The Land | Lucy Kinbacher | October 17, 2019 A growing number of NSW landholders are voluntarily converting their properties into conservation areas as a result of the [...]

Biodiversity Convservation Trust (BCT)2020-03-15T15:08:38+10:30

SustainaWool AWEX

SustainaWool moving to Subscriber-based fee system Sheep Central | Terry Sim | September 2, 2019 AUSTRALIA’S first industry-owned wool integrity scheme SustainaWOOL will move to a subscriber-based fee system within weeks. SustainaWOOL program manager Paul Swan said the scheme will be funded on a subscription fee basis for buyer, broker, grower, and processor members [...]

SustainaWool AWEX2020-03-15T15:08:39+10:30

Iconic Australian Shearing Shed

Dating back to 1875, the Toganmain woolshed is the largest remaining woolshed in the NSW Riverina region, and holds an iconic status in Australian pastoral folklore. Photo: supplied Once a bustling hub of activity Toganmain saw more than seven million sheep pass through its doors, with the September of 1876 recording [...]

Iconic Australian Shearing Shed2020-03-15T15:08:39+10:30

Merinos owe massive gratitude

Merino rams bred by the late Tom Culley at his Wonga Merino stud, Jerilderie during the 1960's. (Pastoral Review photo in Stephen Burns' possession). Merino flocks bred from rams such as these brought enormous wealth to the bush and ultimately the whole country. Merinos [...]

Merinos owe massive gratitude2020-03-15T15:08:39+10:30
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