MOSES & SON

 

WOOL
MERCHANDISE
LIVESTOCK

Servicing wool growers since 1920.

Butts 4 Buck$

Moses & Son will donate 10c for every kilogram to your club/organisation AND pay you the market value for your butts & bags.

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Adding value to your enterprise

Our team are dedicated and passionate about the sheep and wool industry.
We are committed to making our client’s more profitable.

Fleece Weighing & eID Service

Fleece weighing is another valuable tool in Precision Sheep Management.
Don’t want to buy the technology & unsure how to go about it?
Our team of experts use our gear and do the hard work for you!

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Three strategically placed sampling centres =

lower cost to farmers and exporters

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What’s happening…

Fast Forwarding Wool’s Future – AWEX launch WoolClip App

From in-shed to the end of the wool pipeline, WoolClip app & web keeps you way ahead of the mob ...

MORE THAN JUST WOOL BROKERS

Moses and Son specialise in every aspect of sheep operations to ensure maximum profitability in any market environment. Our depth of industry knowledge, client service, marketing expertise, quality standards, and commitment to best practice animal husbandry, coupled with Bluechip Livestock’s genetic performance data are second to none.

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Fast Forwarding Wool’s Future – AWEX launch WoolClip App

From in-shed to the end of the wool pipeline, WoolClip app & web keeps you way ahead of the mob. It’s the fast, free, fully mobile way to specify, complete the NWD, follow the BaleTrail, and be RFID ready. With WoolClip you can:
  1. Manage ... Read More

Weekly Wool Market Commentary 13/09/2018

Week 11:  The AWEX EMI closed the week at 2094c – increase of 6c at auction sales in Australia. With currency exchange remaining stable, the selection was well supported by all buying sectors securing stock from the 34,064 bales on offer. Merino Fleece, especially the ... Read More

Weekly Wool Market Commentary 06/09/2018

Week 10: 06/09/2018 The AWEX EMI closed the week on 2088c, down 2c at auction sales in Australia. It was a tale of conflicting markets on the offering of 38516 bales, with the Northern Market Indicator increasing by 8c (2153c), the Southern Market slipping 8c ... Read More
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