Merinos tick all the boxes for farm at Frankland and Kojonup

By Jodie Rintoul
Updated August 19 2021 - 3:54pm, first published 12:00pm
The Egerton-Warburton family farm 4800 hectares at Frankland and 1200ha at Kojonup. The family have been farming in the Frankland area since the 1860s and Merinos have always been part of the farming operation. On the farm at Frankland are Daisy (left) and husband Grant Egerton-Warburton and their children James (10), Charlie (8) and Oscar (5), as well as Stevie and Jonathon Egerton-Warburton and their son Wally (four months). The Kojonup property is operated by Grant and Jonathon's sister Diana Leich and her husband Nathan.
The Egerton-Warburton family farm 4800 hectares at Frankland and 1200ha at Kojonup. The family have been farming in the Frankland area since the 1860s and Merinos have always been part of the farming operation. On the farm at Frankland are Daisy (left) and husband Grant Egerton-Warburton and their children James (10), Charlie (8) and Oscar (5), as well as Stevie and Jonathon Egerton-Warburton and their son Wally (four months). The Kojonup property is operated by Grant and Jonathon's sister Diana Leich and her husband Nathan.

THE enterprise mix and the management practices of the Egerton-Warburton family's farming enterprise at Frankland and Kojonup may have altered over the years, but one thing that has remained constant is the presence of Merinos in the equation.

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