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Elite Ram and Ewe Sale Results

Elite Ram and Ewe Sale Results

The Canterbury A&P Association Elite Ram and Ewe Sale, held Friday 27 November, attracted a quality line up, with 231 Rams and 11 Ewes entered into the sale. With 144 rams selling, the average sale price was $1861 and $250 for ewes with 6 selling; total sales of $269,500 were recorded.

The highest price was reached by a Clifton Downs Southdown Ram (Chris Medlicott, Waimate), selling for $16,000.

Other top prices were as follows: Corriedale - $2900 (Wattlebank, GR and RW Wilson, West Melton); Hampshire - $3100 (Blue View, Gudex Family, Ashburton); Romney - $2400 (Gatton Park, DA & SJ Wyllie, Ashburton); Poll Dorset - $2000 (Brooklands, A&P McIlraith, Leeston); Border Leicester - $4000 (Hermiston, GJ Letham, Ashburton); Texel - $4000 (Hemingford, SEJ & V Holland, Culverden); South Suffolk - $4200 (Inver, SJ Sinclair, Ashburton); Suffolk - $6700 (Stoneylea, AW & JH Adams, Christchurch).

Anthony Cox, Stud Stock Rural Livestock and Canterbury A&P Association Sheep Committee Member, said that the results were positive.

“There were a few less rams sold this year, but given the current industry climate it was a very positive result with the average selling price up on last year.

“The standard was very high and good rams were sought after. It was great to see that those rams that didn’t go to stud duty were able to be purchased by commercial buyers for a very reasonable price.”


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