Month

September 2017

Wool Manager’s Report

There were 41,000 bales rostered for sale this week, with Melbourne selling in isolation Tuesday thanks to the grand final holiday on Friday. After easing slightly early on the first day the market found a level and regained those losses as the week progressed. Interestingly, while the market in AUD terms was solid it eased...
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Wool Manager’s Report

This week’s wool market ran over two days on Wednesday and Thursday with 42,000 bales on offer across all three selling centres. After last week’s correction most buyers were anticipating a dearer market, particularly in the mid micron (19-23 micron) range on the back of what was a positive Nanjing Wool Market conference. The Nanjing...
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Weekly Livestock Update with Warren Johnston

This week in the Livestock world has seen a notable firming of Livestock markets for all descriptions and although the season is trending in the wrong direction, it is pleasing to see that Livestock are still holding their own in the market place.  Lambs are selling well with only a few Spring lambs coming onto...
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Weekly Livestock Update with Warren Johnston

Spring has sprung, but only for part of our State!!  While the North and North West Coast have experienced higher levels of rainfall through late Winter, the frost and wind levels have been relentless and are starting to take a toll on new or spring growth. Paddocks that could not be accessed a fortnight ago...
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Wool Manager’s Report

There were 42000 bales rostered nationally this week, including a very small New Zealand stored catalogue. We touched on the volatility of the first weeks of sales in last week’s column, on face value from an AWEX market reporting point of view the market settled down a little bit this week. It’s not until you...
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