There is renewed interest coming from wool users across the world who had removed themselves from the market when prices were at record highs.
There were positive movements across all types in the wool market last week but was this a sign of better times ahead or just a one-off price uptick in a still struggling market?
A central Victorian couple is turning to the public to help finance a yarn factory as COVID-19 exposes Australia's reliance on overseas manufacturers.
New research will look into whether sheep poo holds the key to developing the next generation of antiparasitic treatments.
Sheep and lamb yardings at physical markets are reducing week-by-week, but is there more to it than just the usual winter drop off in supply?
Wool hopes hang on China policies and European consumers embracing the natural fibre as pandemic lockdown measures start to be wound-back.