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2021 Sales Team

Our 2021 On-Property Sale is to be held on Tuesday 28 September. Inspections from 10am with the sale to commence at 1.30pm. To view our 2021 catalogue, DOWNLOAD HERE Lot 1 | 200208 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9RD_4FUEOo Lot 2 | 200321 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xuKmyWzqpM Lot 3 | 200022 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTj9RoPbRsY Lot 4 | 200193 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LONyvsQdNI Lot 6 | 200020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhM4FJu00kI Lot 7 |...

2021 Newsletter

As I write this newsletter Covid is once again raising its ugly head but despite theobvious problems associated with its persistence the merino industry continues on itsmerry way with the 4 income streams of wool, lamb, mutton and surplus sheep salesall sitting in profitable percentile...

2020 Sale Catalogue

Our 2020 Sale Catalogue is now available. Our on property sale will be held on Tuesday 29th September 2020. Inspections from 10an with the sale starting at 1.30PM. CLICK OR TAP HERE to download our catalogue. ...

Winter Newsletter 2020

It’s been a bittersweet year for agriculture in the eastern states with most areas experiencing wonderful seasonal conditions but the excitement of the drought breaking has been somewhat tempered by the Covid-19 cloud that has hung over the industry effecting not only our lifestyles but...

Winter Newsletter 2019

Unfortunately at the time of printing the drought that has prevailed in recent years across much of eastern Australia has continued into the 2019 winter, however once again the shining light in the industry has been the record meat prices to go with a solid...

Richmond wins 2014 SRS Ram of the Year

Merino exhibits from four states, commercial displays and butchering and cooking demonstrations were all bundled together at the inaugural SRS Merino national field day at Wellington showground last Saturday.     Conducted by the Soft Rolling Skin Merino association head of the group Dr Jim Watts, Bowral said...

Richmond rams average $1711

Demand was strong enough to raise the average price by $374 at the Richmond ram sale where 79 of 80 rams topped at $6000 and averaged $1711. Another 20 rams in pens of 2 were also offered separate to the main catalogue which topped at...