AWPFCAustralian Wool Production Forecasting Committee
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Commenting on the fall AWPFC Chairman Russell Pattinson said that fall in shorn wool output reflects a decline in 2014-15 opening sheep numbers and the expected number of sheep to be shorn impacted by high sheep slaughter rates in 2013-14.
AWPFC based its report on data collected from six regional AWPFC offices each of which includes brokers growers private treaty merchants representatives from State Departments of Agriculture and the Australian Wool Testing Authority.
AWPFC also finalised the 2013-14 shorn wool production estimate at 341 million kilograms in line with ABS wool data and AWTA test data.