- In 2012-13, the gross value of livestock products decreased by 7% from the previous year to $6.8 billion.
- The gross value of wool dropped 10% to $2.5 billion.
- A small decrease in milk production in combination with lower milk prices resulted in a drop in the gross value of milk to $3.7 billion (down 8%).
- The gross value of eggs increased by 12% to $653 million, driven by an increase in production.
VALUE OF LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS PRODUCED, Australia, year ended 30 JUNE 2013
Change in value since
|Total livestock products|
|(a) Includes value of dead wool and wool on skins|