Tasmanian Ram Sale – Sat 5 Dec 2020

Stud Merino Breeders Association of Tasmania 5th Annual Campbell Town Merino Ram Sale Saturday 5th December 2020 at 1PM Offering rams from Berriedale, Camelford, Invercarron, Plassey, Rockford, Sally Peak, Trefusis, Weedington Sheep Pavilion Campbell Town Showgrounds. Viewing…

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MLP Project Snippets

The MLP project is progressing through its data collection as the project tracks 5,500 ewes across their lifetime for wool, carcase and reproduction results. Below are details on where to hear the latest results and how to stay in touch with the project:…

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Rabobank National Merino Sheep Show & Ram Sale – Dubbo

The Rabobank National Merino Sheep Show and Ram Sale, Dubbo, is the most prestigious Merino show in the country. It draws exhibitors and buyers from across Australia and overseas. Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th August 2020 – Dubbo Showgrounds New condensed 2-day format – Ram Sale interfaced with AuctionsPlus –…

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WoolPoll Review

  Australia’s world-leading agricultural R&D and marketing system is a partnership between government and industry. WoolPoll is a key part of this for your industry.

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Adelaide Ram Sale

The 2020 Adelaide Ram Sale remains scheduled for Friday, 11 September 2020.  Despite cancellation of the Royal Adelaide Show, the Adelaide Ram Sale plans are progressing as normal.

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Victorian Stud Merino & Poll Merino Online Ram Sale

The Victorian Stud Merino Sheepbreeders Association invite you to be a part of the Victorian Stud Merino & Poll Merino Ram (Bendigo) Online Sale (normally known as the Australian Sheep & Wool Show Merino Ram Sale Bendigo) which will be held via AuctionsPlus on Friday 17th July 2020. Involvement in…

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Case Study Snapshot

Merinos are achieving profitable results compared to other breeds and enterprises  in a range of production systems and rainfall zones, including drought-affected areas.  Here’s a snapshot of what producers from across Australia are saying about Merinos.

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Merino Success Story – Greg Hayes

Merino producers Greg Hayes (right) and his son, Daniel, on their Redhill property, ‘Semor’ CASE STUDY: SOUTH AUSTRALIA Subject: Freg Hayes Location: ‘Semor’, Redhill, South Australia Property size: 1250 hectares owned, 70ha leased Average annual rainfall: 400-410mm…

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David and Debbie Mullins

CASE STUDY: New South Wales Farmer: David and Debbie Mullins Location: Manildra, New South Wales Property Size: 1010 hectares owned, 142ha leased Average Rainfall: 500mm…

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Andrew Calvert

CASE STUDY: Tasmania Why Merinos? My top three reasons 1. Versatility 2. Dual-purpose 3. Profitability…

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