Cranmore sale sets new average of $2272

By Kane Chatfield
October 3 2021 - 3:00pm
Buyer Zac Roberts (left), G & Y Roberts, Dandaragan and Cranmore stud co-principal Kristin Lefroy, Walebing, caught up following the sale where Mr Roberts purchased 16 rams to $3400.
Buyer Zac Roberts (left), G & Y Roberts, Dandaragan and Cranmore stud co-principal Kristin Lefroy, Walebing, caught up following the sale where Mr Roberts purchased 16 rams to $3400.
With the $5200 top-priced Poll Merino ram at the 71st annual Cranmore on-property ram sale at Walebing last week were sale auctioneer Grant Lupton (left), Nutrien Livestock and Wool, Wongan Hills, buyer Don McKinley, DT & M McKinley, Moora and Cranmore stud co-principal Kristin Lefroy.
With the $5200 top-priced Poll Merino ram at the 71st annual Cranmore on-property ram sale at Walebing last week were sale auctioneer Grant Lupton (left), Nutrien Livestock and Wool, Wongan Hills, buyer Don McKinley, DT & M McKinley, Moora and Cranmore stud co-principal Kristin Lefroy.

THE 71st Cranmore on-property ram sale at Walebing on September 22 was one to remember for the Lefroy family with a record breaking result.

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