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Processing Results Of Western Australian Wool, John Stanton A/Prof, Lindy Coss, Peter Metcalf Aug 1995

Processing Results Of Western Australian Wool, John Stanton A/Prof, Lindy Coss, Peter Metcalf

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Despite a perception by some that Western Australian wool "processes poorly", this study found that consignments processed : 1) into long tops suited for worsted weaving 2) into longer than predicted tops 3) with the same consistency as other Australian consignments.


Classing Your Own Clip, J Reilly Jan 1966

Classing Your Own Clip, J Reilly

Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

One of the most important activities in the Australian wool industry is the preparation of the clip for sale.

Many growers class their own clips and due to this practice they can reduce production costs.