AUSTRALIAN RURAL LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
AWI funds the participation of a wool industry leader in the ARLP – applications for that place on Course 27 (June 2020 to October 2021) close on 30 August 2019.
INNOVATIVE SHEARING SHED DESIGN
Access the technical drawings, floor plan and a video of the innovative shearing shed created by shearing contractor Hilton Barrett, with the support of AWI.
AWI Strategic Plan 2019/20-2021/22
In consultation with stakeholders, AWI has developed its new Strategic Plan. Its purpose is to outline AWI’s key investment priorities in R&D and marketing for the three years from 1 July 2019.
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This project aims to increase the understanding of the genetics, and economic interactions, of a range of Merino types delivering high quality wool, lambs and meat through life.
A growing number of innovative farmers are embracing ‘regenerative agriculture’, successfully restoring their farm landscapes while increasing their businesses’ profitability and their own wellbeing.
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.
2019 National Merino Challenge
161 students from around the country enjoyed a weekend of wool industry education, demonstrations, presentations and a series of mini challenges at the 2019 National Merino Challenge.
Breech Flystrike Awareness
Be vigilant about monitoring your flock for flystrike and managing insecticide treatment to protect your sheep.
AWI Drought Resources
With parts of southern Australia receiving below average rainfall, available to woolgrowers are AWI’s drought management resources.
WOOLMARK BALE STENCIL
AWI and The Woolmark Company are offering Australian woolgrowers a free stencil of the Woolmark logo for use on their wool bales, to identify and brand their wool fibre as being proudly grown in Australia.
2017 AWI MERINO HUSBANDRY PRACTICES SURVEY
A survey of 1,200 woolgrowers shows their current husbandry practises at joining, lamb marking, shearing, crutching and drenching and changing practices over time.