Following an exodus of Australia’s wool export giants in recent years, the strength of those still standing is powerful.
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation (AWI) has written to its wool levy-paying members explaining its role in the one-way mirror incident involving Chair Wal Merriman.
AWI) Chair Wal Merriman will face political scrutiny after covertly observing a grower focus group meeting on sheep genetics from behind a one way mirror.
While wool remains a high risk industry and often fails to attract foreign investment, buoyed returns are enticing domestic capital injections.
AWI Chair Wal Merriman has been criticised for covertly observing a grower focus group meeting on sheep genetics from behind a one way mirror
Growing wool in western Queensland has been like riding a roller coaster in the last few years, but Longreach couple Dominic and Vicki Burden are doing their best to hang on.
Exclusion fencing is a good news story for the western Queensland economy and producers who recognise the returns to be made from growing wool.