A total of 24,272 head of sheep and lambs were offered.
A quality yarding of more than 3200 Merino and Border Leicester cross ewes tempted bidders out of the shade and into the saleyard lanes on a sweaty sale day at Kojonup last Friday when the Primaries team held its annual December sheep sale.
It was a hot day at the Kojonup saleyards recently but that didn't stop producers from gathering for the Elders special sheep sale.
WA's newest sheep breeds gave a timely boost to the shedding breeds overall results and finish the 2019 ram selling season on a high.
South African originated dual purpose breeds performed admirably this ram selling season, despite results being slightly down across all indicators.
Given the number of ewes that have left the system in the past few years and this year's dry winter, many expected this year's British and Australasian breed sales to be back but they weren't.
After going to a whole new level last year on the back of record-breaking wool and sheep prices, Merino ram sales across the State this year in general were back on last year.