Wool has been a mainstay of the Australian economy for more than a hundred years, but the country’s worst drought has seen sheep numbers plummet. The FT’s Australia correspondent Jamie Smyth talks to farmers about whether the industry can recover. Read more at https://on.ft.com/2lP682x
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