TOWN & COUNTRY – Weekly Wool Market Report Season 18 – Week 16
SHEEP CENTRAL – “PREMIUMS for non-mulesed wool sold in Australian auctions are rising and becoming substantial for some Merino wool, according to data released by the Australian Wool Exchange.”
CORPORATE.OLYMPICS.COM.AU – “PYEONGCHANG: The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) and Total Image Group (TIG) today unveiled the official formal uniforms to be worn by the Australian Olympic Team at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games.
On hand to model the new uniforms were some of Australia’s best winter athletes including Olympic silver medallist David Morris, World Champion Britt Cox and Sochi 2014 Olympians Danielle Scott, Matt Graham and Jarryd Hughes.”
SHEEP CENTRAL – “FINE Merino wool prices improved in Australian auctions this week, but crossbred fleece values declined further.”
SHEEP CENTRAL – “A NEW shearing and wool handling program for secondary school students in New South Wales’ northern tablelands region will be expanded after a successful trial.”
SHEEP CENTRAL – by Terry Sim – “WOOL Exchange Portal build committee member Will Wilson is prepared to relinquish his WEP role if elected to the board of Australian Wool Innovation.”
SHEEP CENTRAL – by Terry Sim – “AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation director Paul Cocking has indicated his willingness to potentially lead the grower levy-funded body out of its current governance and industry issues.”
SHEEP CENTRAL – “VICTORIAN farmers will go to war over Andrews Labor Government plans to establish a dedicated public sector group for farm and companion animals called Animal Welfare Victoria.”
AUSTRALIAN WOOL INNOVATION – Wool market review – week ending 20 October 2017 (Week 16)
Merino young ewes have made a top of $210 a head and young crossbred ewes to $238 a head at the first of two October store sheep sales scheduled for Wycheproof in northwest Victoria.
STOCK & LAND – by Murray Arnel – “Merino young ewes have made a top of $210 a head and young crossbred ewes to $238 a head at the first of two October store sheep sales scheduled for Wycheproof in northwest Victoria.”