Official flock projections, like many projections, usually assume an increase in flock size as the recent MLA sheep industry projections do. Hopefully, these projections are proved correct. However, the flock cannot grow without some sheep being held back on farm. This article takes a look
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Wool has a little run

Last week the reduced offering was noted as a contributor to the turnaround in the wool market, however this week a 5.3% EMI rise was

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Research: Impact of the live sheep export moratorium

In this report for LiveCorp and MLA, we consulted with stakeholders in the sheep supply chain to identify the impact of the moratorium on the live sheep export trade.

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