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28.05.2020 Source: AWEX
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Beyond the Bale
Beyond the Bale is Australian Wool Innovation’s quarterly magazine for AWI shareholders, other wool levy payers and wool industry stakeholders. 

Its main purpose is to ensure wool levy payers are:

  • kept up-to-date on AWI activities
  • made aware of marketing initiatives and activities to increase the demand for Australian wool
  • provided with information on new products and practices to improve on-farm productivity and profitability – in areas such as pastures and grazing, sheep health, genetic technologies to breed more productive sheep, and shearing.

The interactive edition of the magazine is available online at http://beyondthebale.wool.com. The archive of the magazine goes back to 2009.

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