By Andrew Woods | Source: BAE, AWC, WI, AWEX, BOM, ICS
Rainfall is the great driving factor in agriculture. For crops, growing season rainfall is paramount. For wool production, the rainfall during the period wool is grown (generally 12 months) is what is important. This article looks at rainfall and wool production from both a long term and short term perspective.
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