17.01.2020 Source: AWEX
AWEX EMI 1609
Micron 17 2082 +93
Micron 18 1930 +67
Micron 19 1838 +49
Micron 20 1803 +32
Micron 21 1783 +14
Micron 26 1166 +2
Micron 28 865 -48
Micron 30 711 -18
MCar 1089 +38
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Health and Welfare
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Flies, Lice and Worms
Flies, Lice and Worms are a major concern for woolgrowers. We have developed tools for woolgrowers to manage these risks.
Footrot is a contagious, bacterial disease of the feet of sheep with significant welfare and economic impacts. AWI is developing and promoting tools and information for growers to assist them in managing this disease.
The Australian wool industry had a robust strategy to minimise the potential trade impacts on the industry if an outbreak of an Emergency Animal Disease was to occur in Australia.