The clearance of 189 Poll Boonoke and Wanganella rams on account Australian Food & Agriculture, Boonoke, Conargo for $3673 augurs well for the Merino ram selling season.
Top price at $26,000 was paid twice for Poll Boonoke rams, while top price for Wanganella ram was $18,000.
Lot 1, son of PB130028 was bought by Wirringa Park and Woodyarrup studs in Western Australia for $26,000.
Lot 2, a son of PB140948 was bought by Collandra North, Tumby Bay, South Australia, for $26,000.
Lot 3, a son of PB160536 was bought by Castlebrook Poll Merinos, Uralla, for $20,000.
Lot 4, a son of PB130028 was bought by Winyar, Canowindra and The Yanko, Jerilderie for $17,000.
Lot 5, a son of PB130028 was bought by Haddon Rig, Warren for $22,000.
Lot 8, a son of PB150009 was bought by Haddon Rig, Warren for $21,000.
Lot 12, a son of W151992 was bought by Cora Lynn Merino stud, Peak Hill for $18,000.
Lot 117, a son of PB10001 SYN was bought by H.W and E.J Rowling, Ungarie for $21,000.
The sale was conducted by Elders and Landmark, with Ron Rutledge and Peter Godbolt taking the bids.
- Full report next week
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