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 has in place a proactive, intensive and committed flystrike prevention program with long term and short term aims.
The ultimate long-term aim of the program is to reduce the reliance on mulesing. The more immediate or short term aim is to provide methods to replace or refine the practice of traditional mulesing with welfare-improved practices.
AWI supports all woolgrowers in their choice of best practice animal health and hygiene in flystrike control.
AWI has interviewed 40 woolgrowers about their transition to a non-mulesed operation. A copy of the document “Planning to move to a non-mules Merino enterprise” is available here.
Hear farmers speaking to farmers about their experience of protecting their flock against flystrike.
View or download AWI's latest publications on breech flystrike prevention.
Presentations from the AWI National Wool Research and Development (R&D) Technical Updates on Breech Flystrike Prevention.
A historical overview of managing flystrike risk.
Why breeding for breech strike resistance is the long term sustainable solution.
The latest information on welfare-improved surgery with pain relief.
An overview of the promising new intradermal treatment, SkinTraction®.
AWI continues to monitor its progress on breech flystrike prevention strategies twice a year.
The National Wool Declaration (NWD) provides a way for woolgrowers to document their flystrike control practices through the wool selling system.
With the warm summer months upon us the risk of flystrike is increased, so now is the time to be vigilant in monitoring your sheep for flystrike.
As Easter approaches, it’s time to hop to it and be vigilant about monitoring your flock for flystrike and managing insecticide treatment to protect your sheep.