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WoolQ is the single online destination for woolgrowers and the wool industry to access and interact with industry information, data, selling choices and trading opportunities.

WoolQ™ is an exciting new resource for the Australian wool industry. It is an online platform that allows woolgrowers and industry participants to easily harness digital efficiencies across the wool-growing and selling cycle. Its goal is to facilitate digital communication and exchange to leverage new opportunities. WoolQ™ will continue to evolve to help secure the future of the industry.

WoolQ™ supports the growing and selling cycle across all key stages: planning, shearing, testing and appraising, analysing, selling and reviewing. The diagram below outlines each stage of the wool-growing and selling cycle and its corresponding WoolQ™ tool.

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Australian woolgrowers, wool classers, wool brokers and wool buyers and exports are all eligible to register on WoolQ™.

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