Wool production to stabilise after drought
Favourable seasonal conditions have seen wool production in Australia stabilise.
This season production is expected to rise by 1.1 percent, despite a 5 percent fall in the number of sheep being shorn.
Rural Editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Wool Production Forecasting committee Chairman Russell Pattinson to find out more:
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