Vol 50, No 4 (2002)

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Table of Contents


Enhancing the value of meat from wool sheep: Is there a need for specialisation? PDF
R Banks
Influences on internal parasitism of sheep in south-east Australia: Studies of (1) internal parasite control on pivot irrigation systems and (2) cobalt nutrition and internal parasite interactions PDF
IH Carmichael
Identifying animal welfare issues for sheep in Australia PDF
GM Cronin, JL Barnett, MK Edge, PH Hemsworth
The effect of increasing rumen degradable protein levels on the essential amino acid composition and flow to the duodenum of dohne merino sheep fed wheat straw PDF
AV Ferreira, JV Nolte
The effect of increasing urea proportions in rumen degradable protein supplements on the essential amino acid composition and flow to the duodenum of dohne merino sheep fed wheat straw PDF
AV Ferreira, JV Nolte
The use of declarations to provide wool with low pesticide residues PDF
B Horton, K Pirlot, A Johnston
Production of chemical-free wool in Tasmania PDF
JD Horton, A Bailey, BJ Horton
Sheep lice: Changing control practices and wool industry implications PDF
PJ James
Survey of faecal egg count reduction trials that included half-dose ivermectin and rametin mixture treatment groups PDF
D Rendell, T Rentsch, D Lehmann
Rendell\'s worm matrix to assist worm-control decision-making PDF
D Rendell
An opportunity for simultaneous improvement of wool and meat traits in merinos PDF
BE Clarke, AJ Ball, DJ Brown
The economic return from first-cross ewes is dependent on the genetic value of their sire PDF
LJ Cummins, NM Fogarty, J Hocking-edwards, J Edwards, G Stafford, G Gaunt
Defining and quantifying some on-farm factors influencing sheepmeat eating quality PDF
D Pethick, S Baud, P Walker, J Thompson, D Hopkins, J Skerritt
A comparison of the profitability of farming systems using wool and wool/meat sheep genotypes in south-west Victoria PDF
AN Thompson, JM Young
Meeting the needs of the processor PDF
T Turk
Merino fleece spinning fineness PDF
KL Butler, M Dolling
WoolRes: a model to assist producers to meet market requirements for low-residue wool PDF
N Campbell, B Horton
Processing prediction: Models or data fitting PDF
RC Couchman
The commercial application and benefits of processing prediction PDF
RC Couchman
Merino crossbreeding and objectionable sheep fibres: the problem and potential solution PDF
MR Fleet, TJ Mahar, JA Turk
The processing performance of wool produced by young merino sheep with restricted green feed intake PDF
SG Gherardi, CM Oldham, AD Peterson
The effect of fibre attributes on fabric properties PDF
MG Haigh, GA Robinson
Metrology and processing research: Implications for growers PDF
PR Lamb
Opening up specifications PDF
PR Lamb, KMS Curtis, W Humphries, N Pant
Preliminary analysis of TEAM-3 database PDF
AR Lindsay, JW Marler, MA Jackson
Single yarn knitted fabrics produced from low and high curvature superfine merino wool PDF
BA McGregor, R Postle
Different approaches for creating \'fine-ends\' tops PDF
GRS Naylor
Environmental sustainability of wool production PDF
RJ Wilkins
High-fertility pastures in south-west Victoria can be economically and environmentally sustainable PDF
JWD Cayley, GR Saul, MR Mccaskill
Incentives for sustainable wool production PDF
J Crosthwaite
Productive grazing, healthy rivers: Improving riparian and in-stream biodiversity PDF
M Jones, S Aarons
The economic impact of destocking annual pasture during summer to reduce soil loss PDF
L Salmon, AD Moore, M Palmer, A Stefanski
The application of wool scour waste for broadacre cropping PDF
J Stokes, J Cody, J Maheswaran
Victoria\'s BushTender trial: A cost sharing approach to biodiversity PDF
G Stoneham, V Chaudhri, A Ha, L Strappazzon
Managing for biodiversity conservation in native grasslands on farms PDF
J Dorrough, V Turner, A Yen, S Clark, J Crosthwaite, J Hirth
Raw-wool metrology: Recent developments and future directions PDF
BP Baxter
A comparison of estimates of mean fibre diameter, variation in fibre diameter and fibre curvature between OFDA2000 and conventional laboratory-based fibre testing PDF
R Behrendt, K Konstantinov, F Brien, M Ferguson, C Gloag
Building lines of wool based on OFDA2000 fibre diameter results PDF
MB Ferguson, CM Gloag, R Behrendt, FD Brien
Measuring fibre curvature: Key issues PDF
VE Fish
Sampling variation over a fleece for mean fibre diameter, standard deviation of fibre diameter and mean fibre curvature PDF
VE Fish, TJ Mahar, BJ Crook
The influence of measurement interval and grease on OFDA2000 profile characteristics PDF
CM Gloag, R Behrendt
Using OFDA2000 and fleecescan to prepare lots for sale and sheep selection: A case study PDF
KA Hansford, JW Marler, IM Mclachlan
Fibre-curvature and staple-length relationships in a low staple-crimp-frequency, fine-wool Merino flock PDF
BA McGregor, PC Toland
Fabric comfort: Prediction of the fibre-end characteristics of processed wool from currently measured raw-wool parameters PDF
TJ Mahar, JMA Okeefe
The precision of OFDA2000 and Fleecescan for estimating the diameter characteristics of fleeces: A case study PDF
JW Marler, KA Hansford, IM Mclachlan
The impact of test result precision on genetic, culling and classing decisions taken on farm PDF
JW Marler, DW Crowe
Predicting hauteur from the fibre-diameter profiles of the OFDA2000 PDF
AD Peterson, CM Oldham
Wool metrology: Past and current trends and future requirements PDF
PJ Sommerville
The characterisation for wool fibre diameter by Laserscan, OFDA and SIFAN PDF

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