Farmers Weekly, 12 November 2019

About 900 bales of wool rejected for scouring in one day had a full market value of $600,000, National Council of Wool Interests chairman John Dawson says.
The wool rejected by Hawke’s Bay Woolscourers was contaminated with raddle or spray markers that won’t wash out during scouring and the single-day volume highlights the absolute gravity of the problem.

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