AWI grower networks
AWI's grower networks are fundamental to the spread of new ideas, continuing education and the adoption of best practice.
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AWI investments reduce sheep mortality from predation by wild dogs and foxes and competition for resources from rabbits, to rebuild woolgrowers' confidence to return to sheep or increase their flock size.
Annual losses to the wool industry from wild dogs, foxes and feral pigs total almost $40 million. AWI investments in wild dog baiting and community management planning also benefit fox control.
Rabbits remain Australia's most costly agricultural and environmental pest. AWI research increased industry's understanding of Calicivirus and the impact of rabbits on biodiversity and productivity.
A practical guide for woolgrowers that provides an overview of many types of exclusion fences being used successfully by Australian woolgrowers.