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

How can we add value to your enterprise?

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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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Weekly Wool Market Report 22/06/2017

Week 51: 22/06/2017 The AWEX EMI closed on 1,533c adding 27c this week at auction sales in Australia.  The smallest offering for the year (22,298 bales) went under the hammer in Sydney and Melbourne with great support across the entire range of types and breeds ... Read More

Customer Service, Sales & Admin Support (Maternity Leave Contract)

Moses & Son is an independent family owned & operated business. We are invested in sheep and wool, with a focus on growth of the industry and maximising enterprise profitability through best practise management and technology. We are seeking a motivated individual to join our ... Read More

Weekly Wool Market Report – 08/06/2017

Week 49: 08/06/2017  The AWEX EMI closed the week on 1478c - eventually delivering a 6c rise at auction sales this week. With a meagre 24,018 bales offered in Sydney and Melbourne, the market opened with buyers and sellers finding it difficult to agree on ... Read More

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