Monthly Market Reports
Monthly insights into economic, finance and trade issues affecting global demand for wool, and what this means for the Australian wool industry.
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Articles in this edition include: Boston's Merino marathon; Regenerative agriculture; Genetically reducing breech flystrike; Insecticide resistance strategy to maximise flystrike control; Wool Week Australia; China’s wool industry impresses woolgrowers; Textile innovations at International Woolmark Prize; Forex effects and implications; WoolQ makes shedwork easier... and much more.
Read Beyond the Bale Issue 79 online at http://beyondthebale.wool.com. You can also view past editions of the magazine, and download PDFs of them, at http://beyondthebale.wool.com
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This publication is for non-Merino woolgrowers. The articles in this edition include WoolQ; Market intelligence; Wool Week Australia; Wool Week UK; Wool interior in Lagonda; Woolstar’s Farm 2 Shelf traceability.
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AWI has compiled this 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. There are many other wool products available from these brands. Take a look around their stores and websites – and happy shopping...
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Articles in this edition include: Defying the drought; Flystrike treatments during drought; World’s oldest sperm swimming strong; Lowering mob size increases lamb survival; Baggy green cloth made from wool donations; Nagnata launches Merino wool activewear; International Woolmark Prize 2018/19 final; Rise in price of wool versus other fibres; WoolQ encouraging wool industry evolution... and much more.
Read Beyond the Bale Issue 78 online at http://beyondthebale.wool.com. You can also view past editions of the magazine, and download PDFs of them, at http://beyondthebale.wool.com.
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Beyond the Bale is a national magazine mailed directly to 40,000 Australian woolgrowers and wool industry stakeholders. It provides the most effective national medium for advertisers seeking to reach this important audience. If you wish to advertise in Beyond the Bale, refer to this advertising rate card.
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