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Celebrate with a day out that’s Got It All!
Benalla’s newest Race Day experience is set to be the Techwool Trading Farmers Race Day.
It will be an opportunity for business to network with farmers, and have a social experience of a day out at the races to enjoy a day off the farm with like minded people. For farmers, it will offer them the opportunity to network, and catch up with co farmers also.”
STOCK & LAND – “A GREAT spread of buying support from across SA helped underpin the solid results at the Woolford family’s Karawatha Park Poll Merino and Merino sale at Buckleboo on Friday.”
STOCK & LAND – by Murray Arnel – “Although advertised sale numbers were light eager buyers kept prices up to the mark at Wycheproof store sheep on Friday. It was the second month running that the northwest selling centre had the numbers to conduct its regular monthly market following a three month break without sales.”
THE RURAL – by Marty Moses – “WOOL prices increased by 11c/kg at Australian auction sales with the Australian Wool Exchange Eastern Marketing Indicator closing at 1309c.
Moses and Son principal, Marty Moses of Temora said the market was aided by a small offering of 29,543 bales as Fremantle sat out this week and the 1c fall in the Australian dollar exchange rate also helped. “
SHEEP CENTRAL – by Terry Sim – “A SWITCH to eight-month shearing combined with targeted selection has yielded significant wool and sheep management advantages for the Lugsdin family’s Merino wool operation at Hay, New South Wales.”
OTAGO DAILY TIMES – by Sally Rae – “Four South Otago men will have little time to admire their handiwork when the world’s best shearers and woolhandlers converge on Invercargill next year.
Since May, Otago Shears committee members Bruce Walker, Ken Payne, Neville Leslie and Geoff Finch have spent 130 hours preparing the shearing stand for the Golden Shears World Shearing and Woolhandling championships.”
SHEEP CENTRAL – by Terry Sim – “MYTH-BUSTING research is defining the skin health and comfort benefits of superfine Merino wool and the fibre parameters for wool growers hoping to supply the important therapeutic market sector.”
THE COUNTRY – “Waipukurau wool broker Philippa Wright, owner of Wright Wool, is a finalist for the Women of Influence awards. Presented by Fairfax Media and Westpac, the New Zealand Women of Influence programme celebrates women who make a difference.”
SUNRAYSIA DAILY – “Kevin Crook from Tamaleuca Merino Stud, Ouyen, with his medium wool ram that was awarded Supreme Exhibit of the Show…”
STOCK & LAND – “The Wentworth Show in Far West NSW was on this weekend…”