The national commodity forecaster, ABARES, is tipping an average EMI of 1435c a kg in 2019-20.
Wool prices took their biggest ever leap last week but will the rise be sustained if more wool flows onto the market.
A well-known Queensland wildlife ecologist who has just been recognised for his scientific excellence would like to see more rigour around cluster fencing claims.
At the end of a frenetic day 130 cents a kilogram had been added to the EMI price in a single day's trading.
In a week of new records, AWEX's Eastern Market Indicator closed up by a whopping A170c to close on 1535c.
LeadingTasmanian sheep classer and livestock consultant, Andrew Calvert, is hooked on the versatility of the Merino breed.
The wool market staged a dramatic tunaround today with the benchmark Eastern Market Indicator jumping 130 cents a kg.
Nominations are open for three independent directors on the national executive of WoolProducers Australia.