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.

About Bluechip Livestock

Genetics present the single biggest opportunity to growers to increase your bottom line. As shown in recent genetic trials, there is massive variability in the profitability of sheep, both within and between different bloodlines. Therefore, an opportunity exists to capitalize on this variation and select the most profitable sheep in the industry for your sheep enterprise.

This is where Bluechip Livestock comes in. Bluechip Livestock can assist clients to access the best genetics in the industry to suit the client’s situation through our Premium Livestock Exchange.

By providing objective data to underpin the sale of stock you can be sure you are getting what you need to improve your business. Imagine being able to harness the most profitable genetics in the country for use on your property, increasing your income through more profitable sheep without increasing your current costs.

Bluechip Livestock offer sheep classing, Ram Selection and purchase and sale of sheep on performance assessment.

Do you have sheep to sell? Looking to buy more and improve your flock genetics? Contact your Wool Technical Officer for more information.

  • REPORTS & GRAPHS

    Current Market reports, historical data and resources

  • EVENTS CALENDARs

    Industry and Moses & Son Events

  • SHEEP FOR SALE

    Premium Livestock Exchange

  • MERCHANDISE FOR SALE & HIRE

    All your shearing, animal health, nutrition and handling needs

  • Wool News

    • Weekly Wool Market Commentary 9/07/2015

      Wk 02 09/07/2015 The AWEX EMI posted more losses this week as the Season’s sales enter a three week recess. The EMI slipped 10c (-29USc) to close on 1,221c with a feeble 1c rise posted on the final ...

    • Breakfast Seminar and Open Day - 17th July 2015

    • 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...