25th Mar 2020
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The Effect of Lockdown on BKB wool

On 23 March 2020 President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a 21-day lockdown period over the continuing spread of the Corona Virus. Although the export of wool had not been affected until yesterday, the [...]
29th Oct 2019

Merinoboer verstaan naspeurbaarheid

Naspeurbaarheid is ’n woord wat deesdae toenemend in landboukringe gehoor word en daar word al hoe meer druk op landbouers geplaas om ’n deursigtige benadering tot hul boerdery te hê [...]
11th Oct 2019

Marlow raak wolwys by BKB-klasseringskursus

BKB bied elke jaar wolklasseringskursusse by verskeie landbouskole aan en dit is al ‘n jaarlikse instelling by Hoër Landbouskool Marlow, waar die kursus onlangs aangebied is. Die kursusaanbieders by die [...]
11th Oct 2019

Wool Market Report – 10 October 2019

On the 6th wool auction of the 2019/2020 sale season, the merino wool market indicator increased by 1,3% to close on 16982c per kg clean wool. The average clean wool market indicators for good quality long [...]
4th Oct 2019

Wool Market Report – 2 October 2019

On the fourth wool auction of the 2019/2020 season, the merino wool market indicator decreased with -2,7% to close on 16760c per kilogram clean. The main buyers on the sale were: Lempriere S A (2,238 bales) [...]
27th Sep 2019
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Wool Market Report – 25 September 2019

On the 3rd wool auction of the 2019/2020 season, the merino wool market indicator increased with +5,3% to close on 17231c per kg clean. The main buyers on the sale were: G Modiano (3,452 bales), Standard Wool (1,794 bales), Lempriere S A (1,523 bales) Of the 9,192 bales offered 8,860 bales were declared sold (96%). Average clean wool price indicators for good quality [...]