All main lines, interlot lines and bin lines are tested for yield, micron, colour and vegetable matter content and displayed for buyers to read in auction catalogue.
All lines are inspected by the Auction Manager with a wool type and price indication placed on all catalogued lots. Growers are advised details of their wool type and price indication prior to the sale by their wool representative and have the opportunity to specify their selling instructions on main lines (ie place a reserve on the wool, a sell instruction or leave it to the company to sell to best advantage.) These instructions are advised to the Auction Manager prior to the sale date.
Buyers appraise the catalogue two days prior to the sale and enter their buying limits.
Weekly sales are held over the busy part of the year and on a fortnightly schedule during the remaining part of the year.
At the completion of the auction, buyers invoices are produced and accounts sales are furnished to growers for all wool sold.
Payment for both buyers and growers is 11 days from sale date.