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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

More lambs – where’s the wool?

By Andrew Woods  |  Source: ABS, AWEX

During the past two decades the annual number of lambs slaughtered in Australia has increased from around 14 million to nearly 23 million, a rise of 64%. At the same time the flock size has fallen from 121 million to 70 million, a fall of 42%. This article takes a look at the change in lambs wool production during the past couple of decades.

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