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$11,400 top Headlines Collandra North Auction

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STEADY rain fell on the lower Eyre Peninsula on Wednesday and with it came a hail of bids on an impressive Collandra North Poll Merino at the stud’s 40th annual on-property auction. Lot seven – a 125-kilogram half-brother of Green Tag 35 which was sold privately for $25,000 recently to Yanta Stud, Tumby Bay, and Mallee Hill, Ceduna – attracted …

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Collandra North tops at $3,800

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https://www.stockjournal.com.au/story/5564112/collandra-north-tops-at-3800/

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Wool money flows to genetics

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https://www.farmonline.com.au/story/5468808/wool-money-flows-to-genetics/

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Solid Result at Collandra North Sale

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SALE SUMMARY 2017 2016 Offered 134 124 Sold 132 124 Top $4000 $6200 Av $1940 $2002 BUYERS came from a wide spread of areas to the 38th annual Collandra North Poll Merino sale on Wednesday, August 16. It was a solid result all around, with close to full clearance, despite 10 more rams being offered than last year’s sale. There …

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Magical Merino interest at Burra

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Several significant sire sales were made at the Elders SA Stud Merino Expo at Burra this week, as studs splurged on top notch genetics. The Sullivan family, Greenfields stud, Hallett, received $20,000 for a rising two-year-old Poll Merino ram bought by Graeme and Syd Lawrie, Collandra North stud, Tumby Bay. The 20.7-micron ram, which has been used in the stud, was a son of …

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Black 243 Sold to Andrew & Vivienne Lawrence, Burtundy Station

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Fast Growing Rams Behind Strong Collandra North 2016 Sale

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Black 243 & Black 306

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  Black 243 WINNER OF 2016 SA EP RAM OF THE YEAR WINNER OF 2016 MEDIUM WOOL 2 TOOTH CLASS – HAY NSW Black 243 – A massive ram with great bone and structure. His wool is a big wool cutting medium wool that is white and bright. His sire was a very similar ram that has breed very well …

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Hardy Sheep Key at Tungatta

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The Agars Family have been buying sheep from the Lawrie family’s poll Merino Stud at Tumby Bay for over 30 years. They use Collandra North rams mainly because they produce large-framed, uncomplicated sheep, which do very well in their station country. Click here to read the full story.

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Interview with Glen-Ora & Pine Grove

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Glen-Ora Station via Ivanhoe NSW John and Cheryl Johnson made the change to Collandra North bloodlines almost 20 years ago. The rams large frames, wool cutting and polled attributes are the standout reason for coming back to buy each year. Pine Grove Station, Cradock SA Large framed, heavy cutting, fertile sheep which are sought after by feedlotters have been a winning mix …

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