By Richard Gavigan This season’s improvement in the prices and prospects for New Zealand strong wool is good news for the industry. But a drop-off in clip preparation standards and subsequent wool quality threatens to derail our crossbred wool’s comeback. Shearing contractors throughout the country have come under pressure from farmers to reduce the number...
The proposed merger of CP Wool (CPW) and Wools of New Zealand (WNZ) has the...
Dorian Garrick scopes the range of options for wool off the typical New Zealand sheep...
WILL WOOL MAKE A COMEBACK or not? That’s the question many farmers may be asking...
By TONY LEGGETT Strong wool urgently needs a transformational strategy to reposition it as a...
BY: TONY LEGGETT A SET OF RADICAL NEW PRODUCTS created from deconstructed strong wool is...
A casual chat over a few beers at Akitio Beach with a local farmer about...