sw66-16 | "Pocock"
"Pocock" is shaping up to be the sire that guides the direction of our breeding program. He has a fantastic phenotype, combining power and muscularity with structural soundness, and early maturity. He has been used by leading studs in NSW, and extensively in our flock, with 300 stud ewes joined to him for our 2018 lambing. His first drop of lambs display amazing consistency, and our sale rams in 2019 will be dominated by his progeny.
Supreme Prime Lamb Exhibit 2017 Royal Easter Show
Supreme Exhibit NSW Dorset Championships
Senior Champion Ram Australasian Bendigo 2017
Champion Ram Lamb Australasian Bendigo 2016
Pictured left at 15 months old
310-14 has proved his calibre as a sire. His progeny have been outstanding. At our 2017 ram sale, 310 had 46 sons catalogued . His progeny are consistent, and they are the type of sheep we strive to breed. Great dorset type, heavy bone, early maturing and full of meat. From the premier sons, to his general run of flock rams, they all have constitution and do-ability. 310's daughters are beginning to come into production within our stud, and we will use three sons in our breeding program in spring 2018, he is having a huge impact on our sheep.
Sire of "Pocock"
Sire of 47-16, purchased by Armdale Park for $16,000
7 sons purchased and registered for stud use
Supreme Exhibit Canberra Royal 2015, pictured left at 10 months old
Abelene park 232-15 | "Investment"
"Investment" was purchased by us for $24,000 in 2016. He was bred by the Abelene Park stud from Tamworth in NSW, we have used genetics from Abelene Park several times in the past. We were attracted to him for his smooth shoulder setting and class. He has a lot of volume and meat for a ram with such a fine shoulder. His first drop of rams will be available in 2018, displaying his length and growth rate.
Purchsed for $24,000
Junior Champion Ram Australasian Bendigo
Pictured left at 13 months