Moses & Son Woolbrokers

Moses and Son are committed to supporting the communities we live and work in. By working together we can ensure that wool maintains its place as a key product of our region and that as a result, we prosper as a community.

Archives - January 2012

Peter Westblade Scholarship

31/01/2012

georgia lottery A new and exciting Scholarship has been designed and developed for up and coming young people interested in a career in the sheep industry. The Peter Westblade Scholarship will provide cash and in-kind support of up to $10,000. …

Lake Cargelligo – Maiden Ewe Comp Winners

29/01/2012

new york lottery Winners: 1st           Barry Vickie, & Stephen Carruthers) 2nd          Youngara Partnership 3rd           Justin & Natalie McCarten Encouragement Awards: Betty & Phillip (son) Hall Alan & Jennifer Ireland The Spectators Choice Award (the flock who spectators thought should win) …

Farewell Ron Peacock

13/01/2012

illinois lottery After 60+ years in the Wool Industry Ron Peacock has decided it is time to hang up the wool hook. Ron will be sincerely missed around the Ariah Park region.  We wish him the very best in his …

Position Vacant – Wool Presser (Casual)

lottery We are currently seeking a reliable casual Wool Presser to work in the Temora Warehouse. On the job training will be provided, however it is advantageous for the successful applicant to posses a forklift license, Wool Classing Certificate, AWEX …

  • Wool News

    • Weekly Wool Market Commentary 02/07/2015

      Wk 01 02/07/2015 The AWEX EMI continues to lose ground at the 2015-16 opening Auction sale held in all Australia selling centres this week. The AWEX EMI fell 32c to close the week on 1,231c apparentl...

    • Weekly Wool Market Commentary 25/06/2015

      Wk 52 25/06/2015. The AWEX EMI took a heavy hit this week falling 57c at Auction sales in Australia, posting its largest weekly fall in more than two years. The negative sentiment established at last ...

    • Weekly Market Commentary 18/06/2015

      Wk 51 18/06/2015. The AWEX EMI fell 36c to close the week on 1,320c. The result coincided with the smallest offering for the season with just 23,662 bales on offer as Fremantle sat out another week. D...