How wool growers are dealing with plummeting prices

Joely Mitchell
September 9 2020 - 2:30pm
Wayne Girando with sons Jack and Finn on their Boyup Brook, WA, property.
Wayne Girando with sons Jack and Finn on their Boyup Brook, WA, property.

As wool prices continue to plummet, growers have been forced to make difficult decisions about whether they hold onto their wool or accept the prices and sell.

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Joely Mitchell

Joely Mitchell

Stock & Land editor

Joely started her career at Stock & Land as a cadet journalist in 2016. She is now the editor of the paper.

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