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14.01.2022 Source: AWEX
AWEX EMI 1389 +31
Micron 17 2495 +61
Micron 18 2124 +49
Micron 19 1719 +37
Micron 20 1441 +58
Micron 21 1363 +52
Micron 22 1336n +29
Micron 26 750n +10
Micron 28 432 +17
Micron 30 380 +12
Micron 32 260 +20
MCar 946 +15
Valuable information resources for dry times

AWI has many resources available to help woolgrowers supplementary feeding in dry times.

Many publications, fact sheets, webinars and networks are available to assist producers manage through the various issues that arise with ongoing dry conditions.

Whether faced with feed budgeting, planning for extended supplementary feeding, lambing while feeding, creating containment areas, deciding which animals to sell or what fodder to buy, assessing stock water or looking for a network to join, assistance is there to help.

A central point to start for those looking for information can be found at www.wool.com/droughtresources.

AWI extension network

AWI has an extension network in every state, created to support woolgrowers:

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