Introduction

Stories cross borders and supply chains, and so does MyOrigins Technology. We connect growers and consumers to brands, processors and manufacturers. We tell the ethical production story of the Australian Merino wool industry to the world.

Meet the growers

Our community of certified ethical Australian Merino wool growers come from far and wide across all of Australia.

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  • Gostwyck, Uralla NSW Philip & Alison Attard

    A premier merino wool producer since 1834, Gostwyck Merino is known for its 100% non-mulesed, ethically grown, environmentally sustainable fibre.

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  • Barega, Nile Tasmania Chris & Shelly Cocker

    Animal health and welfare is the priority for Chris and Shelley Cocker at Barega Merino, and their care is reflected in the quality of the fibre they produce.

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  • Lewisham, Ross Tasmania Lindsay & Rae Young

    Lindsay and Rae Young’s approach at Lewisham is simple: farm with the landscape and ensure sheep have a “good life” free from hunger, thirst, discomfort, illness and disease.

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  • Karori, Walcha NSW Ed & Karen, Rob & Katrina Blomfield

    The Blomfield family has produced wool in the New England region of New South Wales for 130 years. Their business is a committed family-owned farming enterprise.

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  • The Hill, Kentucky NSW Bruce & Anita Taylor

    The Taylors of The Hill understand that the health, biodiversity and abundance of their land flows through to the livestock and people who work with them, and ultimately to the wonderful fibre they produce.

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  • Taylors Run, Kentucky NSW Michael & Milly Taylor

    Taylors Run is a family-owned property, growing Merino since 1839. Their superfine fibre of 16 micron is proudly traditional spinners style Merino, as preferred by some of the finest fashion houses in the world.

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Register with MyOrigins

We always welcome like-minded growers to join MyOrigins. Simply complete the online registration process sharing details of your property and farming practices. We will then reach out and talk to you specifically about the opportunities available.

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