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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Where does wool come from in Australia?

By Andrew Woods  |  Source: AWEX, ICS

Wool production by region varies according to the sheep carried in the region. This is an obvious statement. However, it is sometimes overlooked that the most production regions, the mixed farming areas, tend to carry the most livestock. An understanding of wool production by region helps to put changes to the flock, be it drought, swings to or away from prime lamb, wheat booms and so on in context.

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