06.12.2019 Source: AWEX
AWEX EMI 1492
Micron 17 1914 -54
Micron 18 1798 -51
Micron 19 1712 -31
Micron 20 1674 -26
Micron 21 1671 -29
Micron 22 1664n -70
Micron 26 1133n -28
Micron 28 835 -10
Micron 30 684n -10
Micron 32 435n -25
MCar 1077 -2
Soil Biodiversity WaterDrought Resources Timerite
Grower NetworksShearing Sheds and Sheep Yards National Wool Research, Development and Extension Strategy Events
National Merino Challenge Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture Breeding Leadership Young Farming Champion Program Nuffield Farming Scholarship Australian Wool Education Trust Australian Rural Leadership Program Lifetime Ewe Management Practical Workshops Making More From Sheep Stockmanship and Merino Visual Classing Workshop Material
Direct consumer marketing campaign Wool is good for the skin Green Carpet Fashion Awards Wool Week Australia Australian wool apparel on e-commerce giant Fashion designer heroes Australian Merino wool French designer spotlights Australian wool Australian wool in Chinese luxury department store Korean fashion label promotes Australian wool Australian wool part of America’s Cup Wool’s performance benefits return to Boston Marathon Wool activewear for the conscious consumer World’s first Merino wool boardshort Developing wool shoes
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