Lucknow Farms 2.5yo ewes sell to $185

29 Mar, 2017 10:13 AM
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Darrall (left) and Lynn Smith, Kondinin, were getting some words of advice from Phil Barber, Landmark Corrigin, before the start of the sale.
Darrall (left) and Lynn Smith, Kondinin, were getting some words of advice from Phil Barber, Landmark Corrigin, before the start of the sale.

THERE was a time when every Wheatbelt clearing sale started by selling the sheep, and after noting the prices received at the Lucknow Farms sale, Hines Hill, last week, it can be seen why they have persisted with their Merinos.

The first adult sheep sold were a line of 292 2.5-year-old mated Merino ewes, which after some very keen bidding, were knocked down for the day's top price of $185.

Four lines of mated ewes were offered and they were all bought by the same Landmark client who paid $178 for 221 3.5yo, $160 for 265 4.5yo, and $150 for 88 5.5 year olds.

All the ewes were Hurstdene blood and they had been running with Hurstdene rams since January 5, were January shorn and had been back-lined with Extinosad.

The sale started with ewe and wether lambs, with 317 wether lambs going to Sunpride Holdings, Jandakot for $118, while a line of 368 ewe lambs sold to RG & ME Marsh & Son, Hyden, for $144.

The sale finished with 10 Hurstdene rams being sold, with GW Allwhyte, Mukinbudin, taking three at $205 and three at $220, while W Birtles & Sons, Bodallin, took the final four at $240.

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$2.5 million over four years will only be soaked up by wages, redtape and protocols.
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And as per report of 2016, India stood at no. top in beef export with export value of 3680
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The customer is always right? And the customer (particularly for WA) doesnt want GM product, If