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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Drought pattern in wool yields.

By Andrew Woods  |  Source: AWTA, AWEX, ICS

One wool specification which always comes under pressure in droughts is yield. While the supply chain has long ago moved to operate on a clean basis (albeit with a range of different yields), consignment specifications often nominate minimum and average yields. In a normal year this is not really an issue but in a drought year, the increased supply of lower yielding wool causes some problems in meeting consignment specifications. This article takes a look at the drought patterns in wool yield.

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