THE WEEKLY TIMES – by Nicola Bell – “JUST 18 per cent of eligible wool growers have voted in WoolPoll with just over one day to go.
According to the WoolPoll website, just 8771 levy payers out of the eligible 47,107 have cast their votes.
But Link Market Services, who is conducting the voting, only provides the WoolPoll committee with an update each week (on a Sunday), so more votes could have come in.”
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FARM WEEKLY – by Kristen Frost – “AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation (AWI) has refused to backdown on the five recommendations it says are for shareholder consideration in their Review of Performance (RoP) implementation plan.”
STOCK & LAND – by Janine Elen – “*103 of 108 rams sold to $8000, av $2759
Wurrook Merino stud hit a sale record for the second year running at its 22nd on-property ram sale recently at Rokewood.
Of the 108 rams that went under the hammer, 103 sold to a record $2759 average, with the top-priced ram fetching $8000.”
OBERON REVIEW – by John Seaman – “BATHURST Merino Association advises of some upcoming events that should be of value to district producers.
On November 8, a Farm Business Evaluation workshop will be held at the Tarana Fire Shed and a brace of industry speakers will address attendees.”
NORTH QUEENSLAND REGISTER – by Kristen Frost – “The federal government is considering its options after receiving Australian Wool Innovation’s (AWI) resubmitted Review of Performance (ROP) implementation plan.”
FARM WEEKLY – by Kristen Frost – “The federal government is considering its options after receiving Australian Wool Innovation’s (AWI) resubmitted Review of Performance (ROP) implementation plan.”
STOCK & LAND – by Murray Arnel – “Born at Warracknabeal, Ken Bibby, 84, can tell you a thing or two about farming the Wimmera, north of Horsham.
When aged 14, his father left working on the railways and together they leased farming land at Boolite, northeast of Minyip, before buying their own patch at Cannum in the Jeparit, Dimboola and Warracknabeal triangle.”
QUEENSLAND COUNTRY LIFE – by Kristen Frost – “In an age where sustainability and traceability are what makes the millennial generation tick, one Italian fabric manufacturer is leading the way with Australia’s superfine woolgrowers.”
STOCK & LAND – by Alastair Dowie – “Two Victorian women are leading their respective breed organisations with a common purpose – promoting their breeds and the agricultural industry.”