Rural Press Wool News
 
Consensus means AWI meeting not needed - 22/03/19
AWI and WPA on Monday confirmed "consensus" agreement had been achieved on four of the five recommendations potentially requiring amendments to AWI's constitution, arising from the Ernst-Young review. Read On
 
Boost rural health to Close the Gap - 22/03/19
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Book captures the epic Brinkworth drove - 22/03/19
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Farmer dies in tractor tragedy - 21/03/19
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VFF confirms concern over Lempriere Grain - 22/03/19
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Mobile black spots targeted - 21/03/19
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VFF slam 'deplorable' animal activist decision - 20/03/19
The decision to give animal activists who trespassed onto a farm and stole livestock a slap on the wrist has been slammed by the VFF. Read On
 
Operation PFAS - 20/03/19
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Indian government investigates pulse collusion claims - 20/03/19
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AWI announces delay to conversations about governance - 19/03/19
Australian Wool Innovation has confirmed it is cancelling its proposed EGM and delaying conversations until later this year. Read On
 
Wool falls as yields hit 10 year low - 19/03/19
The big dry bites as Merino wool yields hit a 10-year low and wool values fall. Read On
 
Reef regulations must be debated in regions - 20/03/19
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Fewer cyclones forecast this season - 19/03/19
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Woodleigh a water quality winner - 18/03/19
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Beefy slate of events planned - 18/03/19
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Council restructure complete - 18/03/19
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Lack of finance slows WA wool market - 15/03/19
While increasing volumes of drought-affected tender wools coming onto eastern markets drove price deterioration there, in WA buyers appeared to have temporarily run out of money. Read On
 
China now Mr Big of beef imports - 13/03/19
China has eclipsed the United States as the world's leading beef importer, according to a new report. Read On
 
Indonesian mango madness - 15/03/19
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Rail crew camps a boost to economy - 14/03/19
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Penalty rates threat to seasonal work - 14/03/19
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AWI board abandons EGM plans - 13/03/19
WoolProducers Australia president says compromise rather than EGM is better for the industry. Read On
 
Poor ewe nutrition affecting a lifetime of wool - 13/03/19
Poor nutrition during a ewe's pregnancy will have adverse effects on her progeny's entire lifetime of wool production. Read On
 
George Pell sentenced to six years - 13/03/19
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Bob takes a trick in Defence land plan - 14/03/19
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Malanda Show | Photos - 13/03/19
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Concerns for the endangered Julia Creek Dunnart following flood - 12/03/19
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New mental health tool for outback communities - 12/03/19
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Q fever risk high across rural Australia - 11/03/19
Newly published research indicates everybody living in rural Australia is at risk from Q fever infection. Read On
 
AWI seeking partners for robotics program - 11/03/19
AWI is seeking expressions of interest for the development of robotic wool harvesting solutions. Read On
 
Silence emanating from northern portfolio - 11/03/19
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The old drovers were legends - 11/03/19
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Prices ease as drought wools hit the market - 09/03/19
Wool prices ease as drought wools enter the market. Read On
 
Strong demand pushes up WA wool prices - 09/03/19
Prices have continued to stay high for WA wool. Read On
 
Could the flood reconstruction fund shrink bank lending to ag? - 08/03/19
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Drought opportunity: SunRice turns rice mill to stock feed plant - 08/03/19
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Monsoonal conditions may return - 08/03/19
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Tropical fruit export opportunities - 07/03/19
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Checkout milk price key factor - 07/03/19
Removing $1 milk will help restore farmers financial confidence and also boost confidence in regional communities and small businesses. Read On
 
Two young recruits join the AWI flock - 06/03/19
A WA farmer has joined the Australian Wool Innovation graduate training program. Read On
 
Growers welcome Indonesian sugar tariff cut - 06/03/19
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Cattle restocking under way in west - 11/03/19
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Crunch time looms for NT beef producers - 06/03/19
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EMI predicted to cool off next selling season - 05/03/19
The recent climb in wool prices will suffer a loss of traction with the EMI forecast to decline for the 2019-20 selling season. Read On
 
"No More Than 204" - 05/03/19
The wool industry unites against over/underweight bales. Read On
 
Red meat growth into Asia - 05/03/19
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NT cotton growers tour southern Queensland - 05/03/19
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Reef rules risk another vegetation debacle: industry - 05/03/19
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Industry lobby unites against `flawed' biosecurity levy - 04/03/19
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Wool market eases, but still solid - 02/03/19
Wool market eases, but prices still hold firm as one millionth bale sold for the season. Read On
 
Indigenous soldiers honoured in Israel - 20/03/19
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Big day at the Burdekin - 01/03/19
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Milk pricing systems set for shake up - 28/02/19
Australia's three largest dairy processors are looking at their milk pricing systems as they seek to halt the slide in milk supply. Read On
 
Record prices drive up bale offerings - 28/02/19
A combined 11,719-bale offering for the two sale days this week is the largest scheduled offering at the WWC so far this season. Read On
 
Young woolgrowers in training - 28/02/19
Young woolgrowers encouraged to pursue 2019 Peter Westblade Scholarship. Read On
 
Water feasibility to start soon - 28/02/19
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Non-mulesed wool premiums surge ahead - 27/02/19
Premiums for Australian Merino wool declared as coming from non-mulesed sheep have doubled since 2016. Read On
 
Bush publicans raise a glass to KAP - 28/02/19
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Plans for 'first ever' feature film on Flying Doctor founder - 27/02/19
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Sisters of the North distribute funds to flood affected communities - 27/02/19
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We should build the Bradfield scheme: Joyce - 26/02/19
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Progeny treble for Qld mares - 26/02/19
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Taking Australian agtech to the world - 26/02/19
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Flood survivor bulls succumb to extreme heat - 25/02/19
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WA looks to improve its pulse rate - 25/02/19
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Graziers paid to bury dead cattle in flood stricken north west - 25/02/19
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Wool on the move - 23/02/19
Australia's wool market is on the move, rallying for eight weeks in a row finishing on 2027c/kg, clean. Read On
 
Cyclone Oma has south on high alert - 22/03/19
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Celebrating the little flood wins - 22/02/19
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Nation's wool clip takes another hit - 21/02/19
New torment for woolgrowers as dust and shorter wools sees national average clip yield lower. Read On
 
Road network cops it in flood event - 21/02/19
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GrainCorp hints at possible asset sales, but no fresh takeover news - 22/02/19
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New ambassador has Wagin connection - 20/02/19
The ambassador for the 2019 Make Smoking History Wagin Woolorama has a connection with the local area. Read On
 
China suspends wool trade with South Africa - 20/02/19
South African foot and mouth disease detection highlights the need for vigilance. Read On
 
Gulf casualties rise as region remains awash - 22/02/19
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NQ hort battered, not broken after floods - 20/02/19
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Defence mission shifts to carcase disposal - 19/02/19
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Strong beef demand in Indo boosted by trade deal - 16/02/19
Indo trade deal back on track good news for beef. Read On
 
Livestock compensation key to north west recovery - 18/02/19
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Brahman genetics fast-track - 18/02/19
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Lamb supply squeeze tips large price upside - 15/02/19
Mecardo's Angus Brown says sheep industry projections look very good for those who still have their flock intact. Read On
 
Unprecedented flooding event derails freight train - 15/02/19
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Proud moment lies ahead for Mac Smith - 15/02/19
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Cattle live export logistical challenge - 15/02/19
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North west's darkest hour - 20/02/19
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Bold options to reset red meat industry - 14/02/19
New body Food Protein Australia an option in MoU review. Read On
 
Chopper army bears witness to the pain - 18/02/19
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Pineapple farms inundated in northern deluge - 13/02/19
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Defence: We live to serve - 13/02/19
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MerinoLink appoints Jason Letchford as new CEO - 12/02/19
Jason Letchford aims to grow MerinoLink sustainably and appropriately as the new CEO. Read On
 
Mossman Mill transition a step closer - 11/03/19
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Gulf cattleman challenges King Of The Ranges - 12/02/19
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Scaddan producer sets 300 bale target - 11/02/19
A Scaddan woolgrower has set an ambitious wool bale target. Read On
 
Urgent need for drastic shift in diets - 11/02/19
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Fodder drops begin as producers grasp aftermath of devastating deluge - 19/03/19
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Agribusiness buzz in brief - 11/02/19
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Wool continues steady climb - 09/02/19
Australian wool auctions continue to enjoy a steady increase gaining 95 cents since week 24. Read On
 
East coast buyer surprises local market - 08/02/19
TOP-end Italian fabric manufacturers are paying a premium for selected WA wools that east coast woolgrowers cannot supply enough of because of the drought. Read On
 
New lamb definition set to take effect from July 1 - 07/02/19
Australia's new lamb definition will soon take effect scheduled for July 1, 2019. Read On