Join the Supply Network – Provide a forecast of your non-mulesed wool production.

Any farmer who has ceased mulesing is invited to join.


Already a member? Enter details below.

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Request your Private Link

Step 1  Sign Up  by providing you name, password and email address and click the Sign Up button

Step 2  Once signed up, you will be returned to this page. Where it says “already a member?” you should enter your email and password and then click Log In.

Step 3  Registration: Once Logged In you will be taken to the ‘Registration’ page where you will be asked to provide details about your farm (trading name, location, contact details, choice of broker etc). Don’t forget to click SAVE button at the bottom left of the page.

Step 4 Farm Fact Sheet: The Farm Fact Sheet tab asks for all the basic information about the farm and how it operates. This is an important step to becoming a ‘Registered NewMerino® Grower’.  Don’t forget to click SAVE button at the bottom left of the page.

Step 5 Forecasting your production: Once you have provided your contact details and completed the Farm Fact Sheet click on the Mob 1 tab to provide brief details of you planned wool production.  Don’t forget to click SAVE button at the bottom left of the page.

More about Production Forecast

There are 6 Mob tabs you can use to provide details of all the wool you would like to include on the register. Don’t forget to click SAVE for each mob. If you have more than six mobs you may need to consolidate some of these for forecasting purposes.

Inputting the mob details is very quick as the information required only has to be approximate and most field are set up as multiple choice drop down boxes. Choose the nearest option to the likely outcome of your wool.

Only fill in details for the number of mobs you would like to register.

Remember it is a forecast so don’t be too concerned about accuracy as you can as you can update the individual mob information at any time.

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