Shearing twice a year has the potential to reap large benefits for woolgrowers

December 14 2020 - 4:00pm
Elders Central Western NSW district wool manager and livestock production advisor, Gregory Sawyer
Elders Central Western NSW district wool manager and livestock production advisor, Gregory Sawyer

Pregnant Merino ewes that are shorn twice a year spend more time grazing, put on more weight and are likely to have healthier lambs with finer fleeces, researchers from The University of Queensland and Elders have found.

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