Manunda sale reaches $7500

By Jodie Rintoul
Updated September 10 2021 - 12:41pm, first published 12:37pm
Prices hit a high of $7500 three times at the Manunda on-property Poll Merino ram sale at Tammin on Monday. With two of the rams to make the top price which sold to the Beech family, Rothbury stud, Tenterden and the Hooper family, CJ & AR Hooper, Merredin, were Nutrien Livestock Breeding representative Mitchell Crosby (left), buyer Norm Beech, Manunda's Scott and Luke Button and Nutrien Livestock, Merredin agent Aaron Caldwell, Livestock & Land, who assisted the Hoopers with their purchase.
Prices hit a high of $7500 three times at the Manunda on-property Poll Merino ram sale at Tammin on Monday. With two of the rams to make the top price which sold to the Beech family, Rothbury stud, Tenterden and the Hooper family, CJ & AR Hooper, Merredin, were Nutrien Livestock Breeding representative Mitchell Crosby (left), buyer Norm Beech, Manunda's Scott and Luke Button and Nutrien Livestock, Merredin agent Aaron Caldwell, Livestock & Land, who assisted the Hoopers with their purchase.

AS the temperatures rose across the Wheatbelt at the beginning of the week, so too did the prices at the Manunda on-property Poll Merino ram sale at Tammin on Monday with the sale average rising $455 on last year.

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