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Record price for wool

Merino wool producer, BP Greyling from Wakkerstroom in Mpumalanga, achieved a record-high price at a recent wool auction held at the Wool and Mohair Exchange in Port Elizabeth.

He achieved R172,70/kg for two bales of 17,2 micron wool. The wool was bought by international wool broker, Segard Masurel, according to a statement by OVK agribusiness.

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