No AWI EGM required after negotiations

WoolProducers is pleased that the wool industry will avoid a contentious Extraordinary General Meeting on issues affecting the operations of…

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Submission to the Technical Reference Panel on the Heat Stress Risk Assessment for live sheep exports

WoolProducers continues to support the live export of sheep contingent on adherence to animal welfare standards underpinned by science. WPA's…

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Primary producers need practical assistance, now

WoolProducers Australia (WoolProducers) is today calling on all levels of government, regardless of party, to offer practical assistance to farmers…

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Submission on the framework of the National Traceability Project

WoolProducers has made several recommendations and provided feedback on the Framework that will surround the National Traceability Project.

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Pre-budget submission 2019-20

WoolProducers has made 17 recommendations to the Treasury for the 2019-20 federal budget. These recommendations seek the allocation of funding across…

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Harmonisation of veterinary prescribing and compounding regulations

WoolProducers opposes a maximum period for veterinarians to revisit a property to supply livestock treatments and pharmaceuticals is imposed on…

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WoolProducers Australia committed to Foot and Mouth Disease Preparedness

WoolProducers Australia (WPA) continues to strengthen its commitment to Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) preparedness on behalf of the Australian wool…

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WoolProducers announces new leadership team

WoolProducers Australia welcomes Edward Storey as President, and Steve Harrison as Vice President, after their election at WPA's AGM last week.

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Woolgrowers decide wool levy to be 1.5%

WoolProducers Australia has welcomed the announcement of the WoolPoll result with growers determining that 1.5% will be the levy paid for the next…

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Lower wool volumes mean reduced income for woolgrowers

MEDIA RELEASE WoolProducers strongly believe that half of a percent is better in growers' pockets in order to rebuild their own businesses when the…

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No AWI EGM required after negotiations

WoolProducers is pleased that the wool industry will avoid a contentious Extraordinary General Meeting on issues affecting the operations of Australian Wool Innovation.

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Submission to the Technical Reference Panel on the Heat Stress Risk Assessment for live sheep exports

WoolProducers continues to support the live export of sheep contingent on adherence to animal welfare standards underpinned by science. WPA's recommendations in this submission are based on the findings of the Technical Advisory Group formed to review scientific evidence that shows the trade of live sheep to the Middle East can continue.

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