wool clip

wool clip

n
(Agriculture) the total amount of wool shorn from a particular flock, or from flocks in a particular region or country, in one year
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Producers can enter two fleeces which must be packaged separately to the rest of the wool clip and accompanied by a completed entry form.
China takes around a quarter of the British wool clip.
The number of wool scouring operators in New Zealand has been reducing for some time in the face of a declining wool clip and increasing greasy wool exports to China.
I urge sheep farmers to continue to support BWMB in the years ahead to help it remain competitive and to maximise the value of their own wool clip.
The company traditionally sources its much sought after lamb's wool in the Geelong area of Victoria in Australia, purchasing the majority of the available lamb's wool clip annually.
Wool prices at auction have increased substantially since October 2009, and the result is that the 2010 Wool Clip Value is double that of 2009 and three times that of 2008.
At the start of 2009 the Wool Board's operating costs were around 50% of the total wool clip value, and while it has done a lot to reduce haulage tonnages, through the use of compacting machines, a lot more can be done.
Today, Australia is the world's biggest producer of wool, supplying a quarter of the global wool clip
Tally up the shearing cost plus labor and subtract that from the income on a wool clip, and simple arithmetic will show that many sheep producers today are barely breaking even on their wool operation.
It supplies yarn to all Brintons factories except those in Australia and uses 18 per cent of the British wool clip.