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Australian Wool Traceability Hub – 90% of Wool to be Traced by 2025

The Australian Wool Traceability Hub is an opportunity for the Australian wool industry to get ahead of the curve when it comes to Australian wool’s Emergency Animal Disease (EAD) response plan as well as end-to-end commercial traceability from farm to first stage processor.

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Key Test Data Summary for April 2024

The monthly comparisons of Total Lots, Bales and Weight tested for April 2024 compared with the same period last season are:
 +13%, +17.5% and +17.8% respectively.

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PIC and the Australian Wool Traceability Hub (AWTH)

The potential for Foot-and-Mouth disease to have a devastating impact on the wool industry is well known and recently illustrated by outbreaks in South Africa and the United Kingdom. As such, planning for, and mitigating the risks associated with such an outbreak in the Australian sheep flock has been an industry focus.

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IWTO Congress 2024 - Adelaide

The IWTO Congress, hosted this year by Wool Industries Australia (WIA) in conjunction with IWTO, is the annual meeting point for the global wool industry.

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Key Test Data Summary for March 2024

The monthly comparisons of Total Lots, Bales and Weight tested for March 2024 compared with the same period last season are:
 -23.9%, -22.9% and -22.4% respectively.

Read more: Key Test Data Summary for March 2024