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Animal Health

Wednesday, 01 August 2012

AWI R&D update: Wild dog control

AWI and the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (IA CRC) fund a National Wild Dog Management Facilitator to discuss wild dog control options with regional groups, bringing group members up to speed with the latest wild dog research and control methods. The facilitator is supported by AWI funded state wild dog coordinators.

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Breeding

Sunday, 01 July 2012

INF2 Summary Sheet

Information about the AWI's decision to no longer fund the Sheep CRC Information Nucleus Flock (INF2).

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Climate

Tuesday, 01 November 2011

Farm Level Modelling of Greenhouse Emission Mitigation and Sequestration Options for the Australian Wool Industry

The final report from WP504 'Farm level modelling of greenhouse emission mitigation and sequestration options for the Australian wool industry' is now online. The project examined the impact of a carbon price on the future profitability of sheep farms in Australia. Given the static nature of the modelling the results are best interpreted as providing an indication of the challenge the policy will present for sheep farm business, rather than projecting actual future incomes.

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Shearing

Thursday, 01 September 2011

Sheep's Back to Mill 2009/10

This edition of the Sheep's Back to Mill covers the industry costs estimated for the wool selling season of 2009/2010. This industry document has been re-instated to annual publication status under the direction of the new management of AWI, recognising the need for an independent cost analysis of industry on behalf of the woolgrower shareholders.

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Animal Health

Monday, 01 August 2011

LiceSense

LiceSense is a woolgrowers' guide to managing sheep lice in response to spreading lice infestations in all states. Sheep lice are an insidious and costly pest so it is important to find them early to reduce their impact.

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