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Wool prices: Prices return to pre-coronavirus levels | The Rural



WOOL prices have bounced back to pre-COVID 19 pandemic levels with a price rise of 50c/kg at auction sales.

The Eastern Market Indicator (EMI) settled on 1393c/kg, and Moses and Son Principal, Marty Moses of Temora explained the high prices were drawing wool out of storage.

When coronavirus hit,…

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