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26.05.2022 Source: AWEX
AWEX EMI 1420 -14
Micron 17 2717 -25
Micron 18 2224 -43
Micron 19 1746 -10
Micron 20 1432 -9
Micron 21 1354 -7
Micron 22 1329n -18
Micron 25 882n -3
Micron 26 694 -5
Micron 28 427 -1
Micron 30 342 +2
Micron 32 233n -7
MCar 996 +9
Case Studies
By adopting innnovative farming practises these Australian woolgrowers are finding success financially, environmentally and personally.
In this section
Richard Daugherty, ‘Balala’, New England
Richard Daugherty and Sarah Burrows run a self-replacing Merino flock and Dohne fat lamb enterprise at Balala with regenerative and holistic management.
Colin Seis, 'Winona', Central Tablelands
Woolgrower and pasture cropping pioneer Colin Seis is coping with the drought with perennial grassland and regenerative agricultural practices.
Charlie and Anne Maslin, 'Gunningrah', Monaro
Charlie and Anne Maslin from the Monaro of NSW use regenerative agriculture to maintain ground cover, flowing streams and feed on offer.
Tim Wright, 'Lana', Uralla
By introducing time-controlled rotational grazing of his livestock, Tim Wright has increased productivity while reducing inputs costs.
Charles Massy, 'Severn Park', Monaro
Charles Massy is a Monaro woolgrower, a scientist and a renowned author, here he shares his insights on regenerative farming.