Moses & Son Woolbrokers

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Archives - March 2012

After the deluge

27/03/2012

Quite apart from the stock that are drowned or stranded on tiny islands in a seemingly endless inland sea, there are quite a few livestock health issues which are likely or possible following a flood. Amid all of the trauma, …

Managing the aftermath of the floods

23/03/2012

Phil Graham, DPI in conjunction with Moses and Son are hosting a number of sessions in flood affected regions. The informal sessions will be a maximum of two hours and tailored to the producers in the group to ensure:   …

Wool market rising

14/03/2012

Australian Wool Innovation’s trade reporting chief Paul Swan charts China’s fast track from being primarily a wool processor and on-seller to becoming an important wool consumption market in its own right. Click here to watch Paul’s views.

Newton wins Westblade Scholarship

12/03/2012

Kim Woods |  March 9, 2012 | Weekly Times JOANNE Newton maybe city born and bred but her passion for sheep has paved the way to a win the inaugural Peter Westblade Scholarship. The $10,000 scholarship has been designed to foster …

Autumn Fly Protection

05/03/2012

Autumn Fly Protection   With a very wet end to summer and start to autumn growers will be looking to extend their blowfly protection. A quick summary of their options and the pro’s and con’s on each An important time of …

PWMMC Shearing

PWMMC shearing This Thursday and Friday (8th and 9th March) Craig Wilson and Associates will be performing the second shearing of the Peter Westblade Memorial Merino Challenge. 700 wethers will be shorn in their teams and assessed for Fleece weight, Fibre …

  • Wool News

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      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...

    • Weekly Market Commentary 11/06/2015

      Wk 50 11/06/2015. The AWEX EMI took a reality check at auction sales in Australia this week falling 17c to close on 1356c. The market could be forgiven for posting its first two-day consecutive fal...