THE GREEN SHIRTS MOVEMENT

WOOL

Wool is a pure and organic 50 percent carbon sink, is 100 percent naturally biodegradable and being grown from cellulose does not take up resources that could otherwise be used for the needs of the population.

Despite these credentials of environmentally sustainability, radical anti-agriculture organisations Animals Australia continue to run major public animal rights campaigns pushing for the use of synthetic and plant-based alternatives to wool.

Prolonged ideological driven campaigns continue to influence and to draw the world’s attention, most recently seen with the European Union looking to implement a counter-intuitive rating system designed by the European Commission.

The Green Shirts Movement will continue to stand up for our wool industry.

Wool

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Australian Farm Land

History & Now – Vegetation

In the time of first settlement, much of our land, especially around the central QLD coastal region was open “Savannah land”. Broad plains of predominantly blady and spear grass, with a few large eucalypts sparsely dotted about. How do I

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Australian Farm Land

History & Now – Vegetation

In the time of first settlement, much of our land, especially around the central QLD coastal region was open “Savannah land”. Broad plains of predominantly blady and spear grass, with a few large eucalypts sparsely dotted about. How do I

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Australian Farm Land

History & Now – Vegetation

In the time of first settlement, much of our land, especially around the central QLD coastal region was open “Savannah land”. Broad plains of predominantly blady and spear grass, with a few large eucalypts sparsely dotted about. How do I

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Child helping pick apples at the farm

Debt

As Qld debt is ticking over the 90 billion dollar mark, we should be starting to get a little nervous. Jackie Trads plan to raid the public service super fund should makes us more so. The public servants themselves have

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Australian Farm Land

History & Now – Vegetation

In the time of first settlement, much of our land, especially around the central QLD coastal region was open “Savannah land”. Broad plains of predominantly blady and spear grass, with a few large eucalypts sparsely dotted about. How do I

Read More »
Child helping pick apples at the farm

Debt

As Qld debt is ticking over the 90 billion dollar mark, we should be starting to get a little nervous. Jackie Trads plan to raid the public service super fund should makes us more so. The public servants themselves have

Read More »
Australian Farm Land

History & Now – Vegetation

In the time of first settlement, much of our land, especially around the central QLD coastal region was open “Savannah land”. Broad plains of predominantly blady and spear grass, with a few large eucalypts sparsely dotted about. How do I

Read More »
Child helping pick apples at the farm

Debt

As Qld debt is ticking over the 90 billion dollar mark, we should be starting to get a little nervous. Jackie Trads plan to raid the public service super fund should makes us more so. The public servants themselves have

Read More »
Australian Farm Land

History & Now – Vegetation

In the time of first settlement, much of our land, especially around the central QLD coastal region was open “Savannah land”. Broad plains of predominantly blady and spear grass, with a few large eucalypts sparsely dotted about. How do I

Read More »
Child helping pick apples at the farm

Debt

As Qld debt is ticking over the 90 billion dollar mark, we should be starting to get a little nervous. Jackie Trads plan to raid the public service super fund should makes us more so. The public servants themselves have

Read More »

WE'RE SUPPORTING AUSTRALIAN WOOL PRODUCERS

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OF GLOBAL WOOL EXPORTS IS PRODUCED BY AUSTRALIA
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SHEEP IN AUSTRALIA
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BILLION
VALUE IN AUSTRALIAN ECONOMY (2018/2019)
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SHEEP PRODUCTION ENTERPRISES

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