Goonigal Poll Dorsets have been operating for 12 years and will hold their 3rd Annual Sale on Tuesday 28th August at 11.30am at the Canowindra Showground. Rams will be penned by 10am for inspection prior to sale. All rams are Brucellosis accredited free and vaccinated for OJD and footrot free. All rams will be stock scanned with figures available on the Facebook page.
Goonigal Poll Dorsets welcome all lamb producers in the market for rams to come and have a look on sale day. Client feedback has been excellent for Goonigal Poll Dorsets with early maturing weight for age, carcase shape and yield in their progeny. Whether you are after suckers or export lambs Goonigal Rams will produce.
Allan Gray & Co will be conducting the sale and Bill Brien can be contacted on 0428 281 024. And remember Goonigal Poll Dorsets are “The best rams ewe can get”.
For more than 21 years Felix Rams has had a singular focus on producing efficient and profitable prime lambs by breeding high performance, structurally sound meatsheep rams. Felix Rams’ commitment to collecting good accurate performance data is second to none. Since first starting weighing lambs at birth in 1996, they have weighed more than 24,000 lambs within 12 hours of birth. Birthweight records go into Sheep Genetics – Lambplan. “We use Lambplan breeding values for birthweight and lambing ease to help eliminate the production of rams that sire lambs with excessively high or low birthweights,” said Rodney Watt.
Felix Rams will offer around 140 Poll Dorset and 45 White Suffolk rams at their annual on-property sale at Greenethorpe on September 4th. Catalogues are available at www.felixrams.com.au, or call Rodney 0417 499 204 or Allan Gray and Co Cowra on 02 6342 2377.
Hermes Rams will hold their annual on property sale in Woodstock on Wednesday 5th September at 2pm with 120 Poll Dorset rams on offer. The Hermes Rams breeding philosophy is set on the foundation of producing animals that are ideal for the commercial market. The breeding programme is solidly built on three essential elements Conformation, Performance and Specification. The Hermes Rams breeding programme aims to develop rams that will allow prime lamb producers to maximise marketing opportunities with merino or crossbred flocks.