Farmers Resume Wool, Mohair Exports in Lesotho

Farmers have resumed exporting their wool and mohair. This comes after government relaxed the controversial Agricultural Marketing (Wool and Mohair Licensing) (Amendment) Regulations No. 65 of 2018, that had restricted the movement of the produce outside Lesotho's borders and only allowed for the product to be auctioned through the Lesotho Wool Centre.

  • Lesotho:   Farmers Resume Wool and Mohair Exports

    Lesotho Times, 7 January 2020

    Farmers have resumed exporting their wool and mohair through the South African broker, BKB (Pty) Ltd, amid revelations that two trucks have successfully offloaded wool at the… Read more »

Mohair wool (file photo).

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