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AWEX EMI 1107 -18
Micron 17 1612 -38
Micron 18 1465 -37
Micron 19 1361 -14
Micron 20 1298 -27
Micron 21 1276 -18
Micron 22 1275 -12
Micron 26 564 +3
Micron 28 385 -5
Micron 30 340 -5
Micron 32 288 -2
MCar 690 -16

Lifetime Wool

 

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The breeding ewe plays a pivotal role in the wool production system - she is the engine room of the wool business.  It makes good sense to have her in the right condition at the right time as her condition affects reproduction levels and lamb survival, wool production of herself and her progeny, pasture utilisation and efficient use of feed resources.

Lifetime wool has a series of ewe and pasture targets that increase productivity and profitability of the Merino sheep enterprise for regions across southern Australia. There are also management guidelines and tools for ewe flocks at all times of the year.

While the lifetime wool website is undergoing maintenance you can find a selection of grower resources and lifetime wool research papers available for download below.

Lifetime Wool Research Papers

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Annual General Meetings
Information on AWI's Annual General Meeting (AGM) . Read more
Resilience, Feed Efficiency and Survival
Resilience, feed efficiency and survival (lamb and ewe) are key economic traits that we don’t yet have ASBVs for, and thus not included in indexes. AWI is seeking to build the data required and analysis to support these traits to either have ASBVs or be included in indexes through correlated traits. Read more
Feedbase Options
Choosing the right pasture mix for the enterprise and location is essential, particularly in a more variable climate. Read more