Chinese Businessmen To Help O Revitalization Of The Wool Industry To Eliminate Agricultural Trade Concerns
Australia Central Victoria, when chilly winds blowing when the 170-year old laerlaer goat farm, a wool Baron in China will work to help revive Australia's wool industry, he also hopes to change Australia people's skepticism of foreign investors.
In 2014, Wen Qingnan (sound) acquired the laerlaer goat farm. Now, he plans to idle in a Hay shed for newborn lambs to build a shelter in place to improve the survival rate of lambs by 40%. He also expanded the size of the herd. Such measures may help restore the world's largest exporter of wool wool production profits. Over the past 20 years, lower-priced alternatives to wool impact on sheep farmers, contracted for wool production.