• Martin Moses

    For Martin Moses, there was no family succession into the sheep and wool production industry. No farming skills and knowledge passed down to him from generations before him. He simply had a strong passion for sheep and wool. This fuelled not just his career in the wool industry, but has influenced the future of many other woolgrowers and the direction of their flocks. ‘We run 3100 merinos over two properties, totalling 1300ha. Our sheep and wool enterprise is a little different to a commercial wool producer, as we are conducting research on both properties. However, we have the same passion for the land we utilise and sheep and the products…

  • Plain, But Not Ordinary

    Making good decisions for your wardrobe, doesn’t start and end at the cash register. For Victorian woolgrower, Ben Duxson it starts a lot earlier than that – right at the source. Six generations of Ben’s family have grown wool and while they have a proud family history, as the years have passed, their farming practices and merino flock has undoubtedly evolved. Ben has kept his practices and merinos up with the times through careful genetic selection, measurement and keeping on top of what the rest of the world is demanding of wool. ‘We run 6000 Multi Purpose Merinos (MPM) and have always measured for carcass through Australian Sheep Breeding Values…

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