AWI Drought Resources
With parts of southern Australia receiving below average rainfall, available to woolgrowers are AWI’s drought management resources.
WoolQ now live and eSpeci now available
Following the success of recent on-farm trials, the first piece of WoolQ functionality, the eSpeci, has been released. Register with WoolQ now!
2019 Nuffield Farming Scholarship
AWI invites people from the wool industry across Australia to apply for the 2019 AWI Nuffield Wool Scholarship. Applications close on 15 June 2018.
Register now for 2018 National Merino Challenge
Saturday, 19 and Sunday, 20 May 2018 in Adelaide.
Registrations close 7 May 2018.
Breech Flystrike Prevention
Access AWI's latest publications on the Breech Flystrike RD&E Strategy, including program presentation slides, recent Project Newsletters, Beyond the Bale articles and the 2016 Breech Flystrike RD&E Update.
Wild dog control successes in NE NSW
AWI’s provision of funding during the past three years for a wild dog facilitator in the north-east of NSW is helping to reduce dog predation in the region.
Lifetime Ewe Management
After taking part in a Lifetime Ewe Management course, John and Jenny Ridley have achieved excellent productivity improvements in their flock.
Early detection of worm burdens
Dr Jamie Barwick has been awarded a Science and Innovation Award for Young People in Agriculture, to develop a real-time sheep monitoring system.
Merino Lifetime Productivity
This project is designed to capture lifetime data across diverse environments and Merino types to help better understand and deliver Merino ewe lifetime performance outcomes.
BREEDING LEADERSHIP COURSE REFLECTS A BUOYANT INDUSTRY
AWI held a five-day professional development course in February for 23 enthusiastic young people working in the wool industry – the industry’s next generation of leaders.
NATURAL FIBRES UNITE TO HELP THE ENVIRONMENT
AWI and the CRDC have joined forces to help demonstrate the eco-credentials of natural fibres in a world of increasing concern about the effect on the environment of synthetic textiles.
WILD DOG EXCLUSION FENCING BOOKLET
AWI has produced a practical guide for woolgrowers that gives an overview of many types of exclusion fences.
Beyond The Bale - New Issue Out Now
From farm to fashion, the latest issue reports on initiatives to increase the on-farm profitability of Australian woolgrowers and increase the demand for Australian wool.
In the Shops
A special preview of some of the best wool products that will be available from Australian brands this season. Discount offers are available on selected products, exclusively for Australian woolgrowers.