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AWI forecasts Australian wool production volumes and qualities three times a year. National and State level committee structures use a consensus-based forecasting methods supported by industry data and grower survey information. Accurate forecasting of Australian wool production volumes is critical to the global trade, given Australia's dominance of global apparel wool production.
Production forecasts are published in this section with a Media Release. The full report is available as a downloadable PDF within the Media Release. The detailed report features the forecasts, historical data and commentary on the key drivers of the forecasts.
Wool production on a slow road to recovery Australian wool production is slowly rising, arresting a 20-year trend of decline. Good seasonal conditions across eastern Australia, higher wool prices and a lift in the... Read more
Australian wool production expected to fall slightly The Australian Wool Production Forecasting Committee today released its latest forecast for the 2010/11 season at 335 mkg greasy, making a small downward revision of... Read more
Australian wool production steady in 2010/11 Shorn wool production in Australia is expected to be at around the same level as in 2009/10, in spite of lower sheep numbers at the start of the season, according to the latest... Read more
Slight improvement in Australian wool production forecast for 2010/11 The best seasonal conditions in many parts of eastern Australia for several years, combined with some stabilisation of sheep numbers, are expected to result in... Read more
Wool production steadies For the first time in nearly two years, wool production forecasts have not been revised downwards and there are signs in many states that sheep numbers are beginning to stabilise. The long... Read more