Merino Success Story – Peter and Juliana Bailey

Peter and Juliana Bailey, Narembeen, Western Australia CASE STUDY: Western Australia Subject: Peter and Juliana Bailey Location: Narembeen, Western Australia Average annual rainfall: 350mm Why Merinos? My top three reasons 1. Effective risk strategy that helps flat-line our income on tough years, as our Merino sheep are always producing…

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Natural Fibre Leaders: There’s something in the water at Dirranbandi

The men are near neighbours and don’t mind catching up at the Dirranbandi pub to talk about the excellent season, which has the region’s cotton and wool production bouncing back after years of crippling drought. https://cottonaustralia.com.au/news/natural-fibre-leaders-theres-something-in-the-water-at-dirranbandi Story by: Sally Rigney (Cotton Australia) Images : …

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Breeding Leadership 2022 – Applications Now Open

If you are passionate about your industry and want to develop your skills to make a difference in the future, this course is for you! More information here: GD4257 Breeding Leadership 2022 intake Flyer-2 (1) Register your interest here:  https://www.wool.com/people/education-and-leadership/breeding-leadership/  …

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Merinos Paying for Crops

An Australian Merino Lamb Trial has successfully proven extensive profits can be made while lowering production risks just by introducing the Australian Merino to a cropping enterprise. Read the full story here >> This story was published by the Australian Community Media.

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