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More Australian woolgrowers who are shearing in the next three to four months are being sought by Australian Wool Exchange (AWEX) to participate in trials associated with a traceability program as has been reported in Farm Weekly.

AWEX chief executive officer Mark Grave said the traceability program was being developed through WoolClip, the online and internet and smartphone app allowing wool classers and owner-managers to create wool specifications and National Wool Declarations electronically and to collect mob and bale details in the shearing shed when there may be no connectivity.

“AWEX has been developing a traceability program through WoolClip which has received positive and constructive feedback from industry,” Mr Grave said.

“WoolClip captures unique bale identification via a RFID/QR code on each wool bale, which has equal application and relevance on farm and in commercial warehouses.

“We are seeking more growers who would like to be involved in these important trials, particularly those shearing in the next three to six month.”

Source: FarmWeekly

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